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From "Ivan Barrera A." <Br...@Ivn.cl>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Recompliing Apache, no config.smile found
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2005 15:09:49 GMT
PMilanese@nypl.org wrote:
> Fedora is nothing more than a sanctioned carry-forth of former Redhat
> development. There is no declaration on what platform it has to be used.
> Let us not forget that it is nothing more than a linux distribution.
> Personally I do not care for the RH Enterprise stuff, and I am certain
> that others have the same sentiment.

Sorry, i forgot to specify that all that, was continuing the Redhat
related stuff.
As for server systems, you could use whatever you want. ( i was only
making the difference between fedora and other redhat's systems )


PS: i was sure someone will answer this :P

> 
> -P
> 
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>>>Fedora? On a SERVER?
>>
>>
>>Is this wrong?  It seems like most servers come with it.
>>
> 
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> It may be, but fedora is not a server system. Is a workstation system
> and even as it, it is under constant development.
> Server systems are installed with Redhat Enterprise Server, or their
> free equivalent as CentOS
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