On Tue, 2003-09-23 at 19:27, Alexandre Oliva wrote:
On Sep 23, 2003, Jesse Keating <hosting(a)j2solutions.net>
> But, unless RHEL becomes a viable solution, and affordable, then
> we'll _have_ to go elsewhere. *sigh*
And why wouldn't such elsewhere be the Fedora Project? If you want to
support it yourself, you (and others in this business) may get
together and keep issuing errata for releases deployed to your
customers for as long as you like.
My feeling is that these companies do not have the in-house people or
infrastructure to do errata, but rely on upstream to do so for them.
Then, if some customer really wants support from Red Hat, you can
RHEL to the package, since it's likely to integrate easily.
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