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On 9/10/07, Ed Greshko <[email protected]> wrote:
> I have clients using RHELv4 along with firefox 2.x and OpenOffice 2.2.  Just
> because RHELv4 doesn't come with those application versions doesn't mean one
> can't create/maintain a local repository and update efficiently.  We are
> talking about "large enterprises" with a dedicated IT staff, right?


That single policy/practice alone can generally elevate Fedora to
enterprise level stability.

Vanilla fedora probably shouldn't be used in a production environment,
but put in your own managed and tested repo, and it should be just
fine.

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