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Re: Why Fedora is for experts only?



Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:

> I guess you do not understand the difference between Red Hat and
> Fedora. The two are not interchangeable. I expect Red Hat to acquire
> a user base through Red Hat Enterprise Linux. CentOS and Scientific
> Linux are two clones of RH Enterprise Linux, without the support.

to clarify your statement, 'centos' and 'scientific linux' are not supported
by 'red hat' tech support.

speaking in behalf of 'scientific linux', 'scientific linux' has it's own
very good group support group.

<snip>

> When we fix problems, the fixes go back upstream, so hopefully other
> distributions do not run into the same problem. Sometimes we write
> the documentation that gets included in later Fedora and other
> distributions.

in a summary, fedora is a 'beta' for red hat enterprise linux.

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