Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 18th Dec 2009 17:27 UTC
Red Hat "If you run Itanium-based servers in your data center, 2010 has a surprise for you. The dominant supplier of commercial Linux, Red Hat, is not going to be supporting its future Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 on any Itanium platforms, old or new."
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RE: Still, there's SuSE
by tylerdurden on Fri 18th Dec 2009 19:53 UTC in reply to "Still, there's SuSE"
tylerdurden
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2009-03-17

... or OpenVMS.

I don't think even Windows supports IA-64 any more, right?

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RE[2]: Still, there's SuSE
by poundsmack on Fri 18th Dec 2009 20:22 in reply to "RE: Still, there's SuSE"
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2005-07-13

windows still suports Itanium. this makes me sad as my Itanium set up was a tripple boot system with Windows server 2008 R2, OpenVMS, and Red Hat linux. Red hat was by far the most somplete of the Itanium distros, so its sad to see it go ;) . though if itanium plans on staying relivent Intel needs to get out some new chips and fast

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RE[3]: Still, there's SuSE
by cjcox on Fri 18th Dec 2009 21:33 in reply to "RE[2]: Still, there's SuSE"
cjcox Member since:
2006-12-21

You say Red Hat was the most complete... are you sure? What is in Red Hat that isn't present in SLES? Just curious.

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Still there is Debian.
by gfolkert on Mon 21st Dec 2009 01:17 in reply to "RE[2]: Still, there's SuSE"
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2008-12-15

Its been supporting Itanium for a long time and will continue to.

Hell its still support 68000 series processors.

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