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RE: RHN



On Sat, 2003-03-08 at 22:55, Jerry Williams wrote:
> I like RHN and I have 12 machines at work that are either basic or
> enterprise.
> The biggest thing that I like is that it takes care of the dependencies.
> It does have some problems, I have one machine that I installed a new rpm
> non Red Hat and it wants to down grade it.  But I can just ignore it.
> 
> I guess I would like to see something in the middle between basic and demo
> for Home kinds of situations.  I wouldn't mind paying $60 for a year for a
> small number of systems and have the same access as demo, just have multiple
> systems.  I currently have 4 machines at home running either 8.0 or 7.2.
> The 2 machines that are running 7.2 can't run 8.0 since they are old
> machines PII 200 with small disk drives and not much ram.
> 
> I think that RHN is a service worth paying for, just my Home budget is a lot
> smaller than the work one and I can get by with less service at home.  I
> would like to be legal with the whole situation and I am.  I only have 1
> machine on demo and could pay $60 a year for all of them just not $180-$240
> depending on how you look at it.
> And I don't expect Red Hat to give services away either.
> 
> Just my 2 cents worth.
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dude - basic subscription allows you to have many systems. 4 systems -
no problemo

Craig





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