[CentOS] Sound cards for Centros

Bernard Lheureux bernard.lheureux at bbsoft4.org
Thu May 18 14:15:10 UTC 2006

On Thu, 2006-05-18 at 08:27 -0400, Max H. wrote:

I totaly agree with you, but whenever something goes wrong with an extra
package you have added don't blame CentOS...
But in fact Linux is freedom of use and of choice...
I think my answer to M.Hockings was a little bit too fast and too
agressive, sorry for that, it was not that way I wanted to answer you...

> Bernard Lheureux wrote:
> > On Thu, 2006-05-18 at 07:41 -0400, M.Hockings wrote:
> > A soundcard for a server ????
> > Why ??? What do you want to do with that machine, CentOS is built for
> > SERVER PURPOSES and if you want to make a workstation linux-based I
> > advise you to prefarably use Fedora Core or another desktop optimized
> > distribution but CentOS (not Centros ;-)) is based on RedHat Enterprise
> > Linux and is done to be a SERVER SOLUTION...
> > 
> Works just fine as enterprise workstations for myself...Sure CentOS is 
> based of RHEL, but it's not specific only to the server/enterprise 
> niche. I run it on a personal laptop for a workstation and a personal 
> desktop at home for a workstation. Yes, they are both running "server" 
> packages, but CentOS is great for both. I install it many other places 
> as only a server, it does a great job there too. I'll be watching DVD's 
> on my CentOS install after I leave work on my trip. Does this mean I'm 
> using it wrong... you can use it for whatever you want. That is what's 
> great about Linux. ;)
> Max
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