rick at linuxmafia.com
Thu Jan 10 02:34:11 UTC 2008
Quoting John Cowan (cowan at ccil.org):
> Unfortunately, it's a matter of opinion (not fact) whether that counts
> as stupid behavior or not.
I'm a longtime admirer of both CentOS and Scientific Linux (the latter for
HPC cluster deployments), but knowing that you're running literal RHEL
does factually eliminate some QA (and potential security) variables --
i.e., assurance of product identity and conformance -- and who am I to
say RH's price is too high to cover the value of that plus paid support
plus (some) access to RH Engineering?
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