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Features, Office The Document Foundation (TDF) has announced the release of version 3.4.2 of the open source LibreOffice office suite. According to TDF Steering Committee member Italo Vignoli, the third release in the 3.4.x branch of LibreOffice is now ready for both individuals and enterprises, and can be used for production.
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"We just moved from CentOS 5 to 6

As a side note, I find it funny how people argue that you can't use Ubuntu or Fedora on work desktops and then go ahead and use CentOS. You know, the distro that is RHEL without any of the actually useful enterprise parts.

Being supported for significant periods of time and Enterprise Software compatibility (backup tools, unified authentication, etc. that only ship as RPM) are the 'Enterprise features' people running CentOS are worried about. Not so much on the global file systems and whatnot.

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(backup tools, unified authentication, etc. that only ship as RPM)

Because that's not available on any other distro...

Seriously, the only thing RHEL have that other distros do not is the support contracts and RHnetwork and such.
That's why you get RHEL and why CentOS us pretty much pointless.

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