Red Hat Enterprise Linux v3 now out
ed.martin at iop.org
Wed Oct 22 11:59:00 CDT 2003
Yeah, well, we are happy enough. We chose Linux cos it seemed the best platform, not because it was free/cheap. For us value for money is still good, I think.
So, we've made our choice and just ordered 25 licenses for ES basic. Hence our hope below!
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>>> Adam Williams <awilliam at mdah.state.ms.us> 22/10/2003 17:14:14 >>>
Too bad there won't be a redhat Linux version 10. Its either pay for
RedHat or use fedora and update every 3 months and its basically always
Ed Martin wrote:
> If anyone is interested..
> We are certainly hoping that it will work well with our Dell PE 1550/1650/1750/2550 and 2650 servers.
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