Am 08.12.2012 17:25, schrieb Bruno Wolff III:
On Sat, Dec 08, 2012 at 08:12:24 -0800,
Arun SAG <sagarun(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Not really! We are already a customer of RHEL. Money is not the problem. We
> want our users to use the latest software out there but we also want to
> reduce the upgrade cycle.
> You CANNOT disturb every developer in a company to upgrade his box every 6
Those are somewhat conflicting requirements. Maybe RHEL plus a local repo for packages
you need more up to date
than what is provided for in RHEL would work for you.
this does not work
a few years after RHEL release you will be unable for many "local builds"
because build requirements does not fit and it is hardly possible to
fullfil them and update a lot of depending libraries also with local
builds without collide/break with the rest of the distribution