[CentOS] Update to Centos 5 anaconda kickstart %post bug?

Per Qvindesland per at norhex.com
Fri Jan 9 10:14:43 UTC 2009


If you want a official fix then get your self a redhat license, nothing
wrong with the excellent help that one can get from this list but by
supporting redhat you also in my eyes support centos.

The only thing that I have noticed with RH support is that they are actually
slower to release a fix or to come up with a fix then Centos, we have quite
a few centos servers where I work and this was the reason for why we lowered
our licenses to redhat and migrated some servers to Centos.

Per


On 1/9/09 10:04 AM, "Vandaman" <vandaman2002-sk at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

> Warren, Eucke wrote:
> 
>> I do see the manual fix for it and will be testing that
>> shortly.  I am,
>> however, dealing with a fairly rigid internal legal
>> department that may
>> not welcome a "fix" that's not
>> "official".  So I have two questions:
>> 
>> 1) Is there an "official" or "accepted"
>> way to inquire about the status
>> of an open bug?
>> 2) With regard to bug 0002329 is this something that has to
>> be fixed
>> upstream so it filters down to centos?
>> 
> 
> What company is this that doesn't wan't to pay for a support
> contract for RHEL but insists on using CentOS but requires
> "official fixes" only?
> 
> 1. Can you name and shame this comapany it will make good reading
> on teh web.
> 2. Consider paying for RHEL so that you can actually get
> "official support" and can raise support tickets.
> 3. You probably don't understand what CentOS is or who is supposed
> to use it.
> 
> 
> Regards, 
> Vandaman.
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