[ic] OT: Redhat Alternatives?

cbcurrier cbcurrier at spinrx.com
Sat Jan 10 07:51:54 EST 2004

Redhat has an open source still ... Called Fedora
Goto fedora.redhat.com
It is based on rh 9.0 & has already evolved but then redhat is not
really supporting it only hosting an opensource linux for the public.

As for working with IC There are so many issues regarding the new 5.0.0
that I even wonder if anyone has ventured forth to this level?

But I suspect that it Should work fine out of the box. So Consider the
Fedora version as an alternative...

I'm going to Mandrake.

C.B. Currier

On Fri, 2004-01-09 at 18:26, Russell Mann wrote:
> Hello,
> I've been running IC since it was Minivend 3.x on RedHat.  Actually my first
> install was on Irix, but that was a server going out the door at the time,
> so I didn't spend much time on it.  Anyways, I just wanted to see what other
> professionals are doing about the RedHat licensing situation.  Are you
> migrating new systems to another O/S?  Which one?  Which one(s) work well
> with IC/mysql/pgsql?  Which ones suck?  Are you just paying the fees and
> counting it as cost of doing business?
> Thanks,
> Russell Mann
> (moderators, i know this is OT, so feel free to kill it if you don't like me
> asking)
> (i'm asking because i'm getting ready to build new servers and don't want to
> start on a dying O/S)
> (it would be like investing in netscape web server circa 1996)
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