Linked by David Adams on Tue 31st Jan 2012 23:41 UTC, submitted by sjvn
Red Hat ike your RHEL on your servers just the way it is? That’s fine by Red Hat, which has extended its flagship Linux operating system's lifecycle to ten years.
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Comment by foregam
by foregam on Wed 1st Feb 2012 12:14 UTC
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2010-11-17

Ah, so I'll be spared from GNOME 3, Unity, Wayland and heaven knows what other abominations unto X. Now if the CentOS devs would only get a hold of themselves...

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RE: Comment by foregam
by tylerdurden on Wed 1st Feb 2012 21:40 in reply to "Comment by foregam"
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2009-03-17

CENTOS seems to have gotten their act back together, they are current with 6.2.

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RE[2]: Comment by foregam
by foregam on Thu 2nd Feb 2012 10:49 in reply to "RE: Comment by foregam"
foregam Member since:
2010-11-17

Good for them, I'm staying with Debian unless the next stable release puts my faith to test by suddenly going Ubuntu on me. Despite all solemn oaths, there isn't any el6.centosX buildsys RPM yet and it's been almost an year since the release of CentOS 6 (which itself was dukenukingly late). *sigh*

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