Re: FC4 good new tech, bad legacy support

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Richard Kelsch wrote:
Well, you should read up on what FC is for. It's for testing; if you
don't like the bleeding edge, get off it. Use a RHEL clone (or even
RHEL), or 'drake or SuSe or Ubuntu or something.
I'm running FC3 on a couple of relatively unimportant systems. I'd not
bet my business on it.

Ah, maybe you should read as well. FC4 can't be a very effective example of bleeding edge in the open source arena if it can't run open source software without major surgery. Also, who said I was using it for production or even a business? I am using it as an appliance, and personal software development machine. Why shouldn't I use the bleeding edge?
Because you obviously can't cope with the bleeding.


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