> Beg your pardon, but I don't believe you would say that if you had > actually tried to keep any large number of machines running in > production over the last decade. Windows does have problems, but there > are well known ways to avoid them. There is no way to predictably keep > a fedora machine running and up to date with security updates for even a > few years. If you want stability "for a few years" then you have chosen the wrong distro in Fedora. Fedora stands for cutting edge stuff, not stability. Go look at Centos/SL for stability. Chris
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