OMSA for Red Hat 9?
peter at infostreet.com
Fri Feb 2 17:30:42 CST 2007
I would strongly recommend that you don't consider Fedora for an
needs to be stable, doesn't need bleeding-edge hardware support, and
compatibility with oldschool RH9 without being RHEL4 which costs way too
for what it is (IMHO). In jumps CentOS. A living, breathing free
clone(ish) of the
upstream, with a focus on not breaking things.
Cameron Showalter wrote:
> which POS software are you using? I have a counterpoint point of sale
> server that used to run on RH9, prior to that was RH7, and prior to that
> SCO. runs great on Centos 4.4, as long as compat-libstdc is installed.
> Adam Williams wrote:
>> yup same here. We have a point of sale cash register here that talks to
>> a server with all the prices, inventory, etc and the software is all
>> written for RH9. I don't know why the vendor can't use fedora with
>> backwards compatibility libs, I bet they haven't even tried.
>> Michael_E_Brown at dell.com wrote:
>>> Yes, I know, but hey, dont laugh. I even know people inside Dell that run RH9 because they develop for embedded, and the embedded dev toolkit only runs on RH9. Sad, but true.
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