RHEL5 and fuse
dbond at nrggos.com.au
Tue Jul 8 03:16:49 UTC 2008
Ha, I'm all embarrassed now;) I hadn't heard of EPEL.
I have been building the Fedora pkgs from SRPMS on RHEL.
Warren Togami wrote:
> Darryl Bond wrote:
>> What is the RedHat's policy for adding additional kernel modules? It
>> isn't verboten as I have seen some drivers added to RHEL4.
>> Centos has the Centos Plus repository that has extra useful kernel
>> modules like jfs. Pity RH don't have likewise.
>> Still, RHEL targets Enterprise servers. The stuff LTSP needs is pretty
>> squarely in the desktop end. I know that RH purport to support
>> enterprise desktops but while the equivalent of Fedora Extras doesn't
>> exist then I don't think they are really trying.
> You sir have to get your facts straight.
> Here addresses one of your concerns.
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