[clug-talk] Enterprise Linux?
maillist at digital-adrenaline.com
Fri Jan 21 11:11:32 PST 2005
I called Novell's tech support twice 5 years of working at a previous job with
Netware. The person who answered the phone asked about 10 questions about
our network, and then clearly knew our network better than I did. (This was
regarding NDS replication issues in both instances).
I'd recommend Novell's tech support as some of the most accurate, and best in
the world. They aren't cheap, but there won't be an idiot who transfers you
to a moron, who transfers you to a basic user, who transfers you to a power
user, who transfers you to a guru. You'll call in, wait on the phone for a a
while (you can request songs that they'll play while you're on hold using
their music request website, which is kinda neat. You'll get bored of it
about the time that they answer) and then you'll talk to a guru who WILL
answer your question accurately the first time. It was money well spent both
times that I've needed it.
I'd love to have that team behind me for Linux support too.
On Friday 21 January 2005 11:36, Nick W wrote:
> On January 21, 2005 11:28 am, Kevin Anderson wrote:
> > I'll say only that I went this route with Gentoo, and have (eventually)
> > come to regret it. Not because things are broken, more because vendors
> > will simply refuse to support this or that on anything except RHAS or
> > SLES.
> > I love Gentoo, but I'll be running SLES on anything I set up as a
> > corporate solution going forward.
> > Kinda funny. Aaron gives a LDAP demo, and repeatedly advises people to
> > look to Gentoo. And I'm moving from Gentoo to Suse. Who knew?
> > Of course, I love Novell, and pretty much knew Gentoo's days (for me)
> > were numbered once Novell had a distro.
> "Yast is an 8/10 app" hahaha.
> With regard to your first paragraph, Gentoo's docs and community support
> are 2nd to none. I much prefer that to talking to a phone monkey. Though
> I'm not in a corporate setting either...
> > One complaint/suggestion with Suse. There should be a separate partition
> > for /boot. It irritates me that there isn't (by default). And it
> > TOTALLY screws up in VMware due to this simple little issue.
> > Kev.
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