[Cialug] SUSE Question
Dave J. Hala Jr.
dave at 58ghz.net
Tue Aug 23 06:42:11 CDT 2005
You could try centos, which is a straight across clone of RHEL. You can
also get your updates for free...
On Mon, 2005-08-08 at 23:10, James Shoemaker wrote:
> Stuart Thiessen wrote:
> > Well, my organization is a deaf non-profit that works to help deaf
> > individuals, deaf organizations, or organizations serving deaf people.
> > One of our service areas is technology because there are many ways in
> > which technology can be leveraged to assist our deaf community to have
> > equal access to the hearing world. So our clients tend to be businesses
> > or organizations which have limited budgets so we try to leverage Linux
> > solutions (where we can) for some of the big ticket items (from you know
> > who and others) that usually drain dollars from IT budgets.
> > So, we don't really make money off it other than a very limited amount
> > to fund our activities and partially pay our staff (of 2).
> > But I do very much appreciate all of your comments because they help me
> > understand the enterprise level market which I haven't really worked
> > with yet.
> If you can live with slightly stale packages debian stable gets timely
> security updates for free, they (the deb security team) backport the
> security patches into the version that is used in stable. I wouldn't
> recommend using non-stable (testing or unstable) because they don't get
> the security updates in nearly as good a schedule.
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