Re: which way to jump some advice please

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On Sun, 9 Nov 2003, Roger Beever wrote:

>Hi. I'm new to the list so lease forgive me if I missed a post
>that covers my question. But please point me to it as I have
>obviously missed it. I'm planning to run a personal web and mail
>server and the usual email and browsing / desktop. Plus the
>usual personal office (star office) type functions. Will the
>fedora project be stable enough or will I have to spend a lot
>more on the enterprise solution ? (assuming I don't grab each
>new version as soon as it his the servers of course) Currently
>running RH 9 so I guess I have a little while to decide which
>way to jump. Regards Roger

It depends on your own personal needs, and what level of 
guarantee you need.  If you absolutely require long term support 
and can't upgrade with each release every n months, or don't want 
to risk wether the Fedora Legacy projects will be suitable enough 
for your needs or not, then perhaps RHEL is best for your 
purposes.  However if you can upgrade when new releases come out, 
and are willing to accept updates that sometimes will be new 
versions instead of backported security fixes, and other similar 
changes, then perhaps Fedora Core is adequate enough for your 

Mike A. Harris
OS Systems Engineer - XFree86 maintainer - Red Hat

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