[CentOS] Release 6?

Les Mikesell lesmikesell at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 20:48:16 UTC 2010


On 3/31/2010 2:39 PM, Joseph L. Casale wrote:
>> A lot of the work after Fedora 6 seemed to revolve around making
>> single-user desktop type access more convenient at the expense of more
>> general purpose server concepts - and making it boot quickly which isn't
>> a big priority on boxes that run all the time.  And some things even
>> when not technically broken were annoying, like if a user logs in at the
>> console keyboard it would kill the audio output being controlled by a
>> remote user.
>
> Well all valid, I always laugh when I see posts in Fedora list about people
> setting up Fedora as servers at work.
>
> I can't imagine such a practice. I use at home only on my desktop for the bleeding
> edge support, but given the public approach to its model, its happened before that
> people have pushed bad updates that broke things badly. Just one of many reasons...

Up through F6, I liked having one or a few copies of fedora to test 
things, knowing that they'd be similar to the next release of 
RHEL/Centos and put up with the fast updates and breakage.  But then the 
philosophy seemed to change in terms of wanting to break backwards 
compatibility on purpose to deliver improvements.  Maybe, years later, 
it will finally happen.  Or maybe the unix design was right in the first 
place. It will be interesting to see how the enterprise flavor shakes out.

-- 
   Les Mikesell
    lesmikesell at gmail.com


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