[clug-talk] Enterprise Linux?
unleashed at unleashedgamers.com
Thu Jan 20 21:27:35 PST 2005
Ok sorry but the DVD Novell sent me was a dud :( just won't work!
I would recommend Debian woody or Slackware for enterprise "like"
situations or where you need low maintenance equipment and want
stability but dont need really good support (In my opinion google can
provide some of the best support just by googling the errors)
I use Suse 9.2 and the like for more desktop situations where stability
is not as critical (In my opinion)
Travis Rousseau wrote:
> Well for Redhat I have one RHEL3 server and a few RH9 and FC3 computers.
> From them there is a few main differences the first is support for RHEL
> Redhat provides support right to you. For FC3 you find what support you
> can (You'll find it for everything!). The second main difference is your
> not using release packages (or at least me) with RHEL3 your using old
> packages with security fixes back ported to older "Known to be fully
> stable". Now with fedora core you get the packages at release time and
> they have undergone little if any testing so you do not know how well it
> will react in the situation it is put in and you must worry about
> package discrepancys.
> I will install a Suse Enterprise server 9 from novell right now and
> report back the diffrences for suse.
> Travis R.
> Shawn wrote:
>> I have a contact who is considering an enterprise Linux solution, but
>> I don't think he really needs one. Before I give him my "formal"
>> opinion, I thought I'd ask what the difference is between a regular
>> desktop version and the enterprise version of Linux. (say Suse Pro vs
>> Suse Enterprise)
>> As I understand things (and freely admit I could be wrong), there is
>> no difference other than the bundled support contract with the
>> Enterprise edition. Is this correct? Or are there other differences
>> in terms of available packages or the "quality" of the packages?
>> Thanks for any input.
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