> just seeing how you are turning out updates as quickly > as RHEL releases them, is exactly what I am looking > for. > > I wanted to remain with the stability of a RHEL disto > while avoiding the licensing fees and the Fedora > upgrade treadmill. not sure, about this stability stuff. Red hat updated samba from 3.0.2 to 3.0.4, and now samba+cups prints ok, but printed jobs remain visible and pending in the windows queue?!?!?! This could have never happened in debian stable. Not to knock the decent effort of > other RHEL clones, this clearly is not an one man show > like Whitebox or Tao, nor lacks the community > involvement of Fedora Legacy. This was something I was > clearly looking to avoid. > > Also I found in checking security fix dates compared > to RHEL mailings that Centos beats out Whitebox which > still has not released the group of fixes from 9/1. the only thing that wbel has over centos is their mailing list, which by the way is used by centos users too(at least I do) ...oh ... and also they made a wbel respin2. I think centos is still on respin1.