On Thu, 14 Feb 2019 17:16:29 -0500
Brian Truter <btruter(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I'm not exactly sure what that email address is you are referring
is, but CentOS has its own mailing lists, just like Fedora. I'm not
sure if you can say its "part of" RedHat, but it definitely is based
on and built from RedHat Enterprise Linux.
You can see their mailing lists here:
Hope that helps in some way :D
another point is that in order to post on the Centos list (or most
lists) you need to be a subscriber. I am subscribed to the Centos list
and see no posts from you. Are you actually a subscriber there? If not
perhaps see here: https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos
On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 10:07 AM Ger van Dijck <ger.vandijck(a)dommel.be>
> Hi All,
> Got a little problem and think I have to post it to
> Centos(a)cCentos.org but
> I never get any reaction or answer . I understood Centos is part of
> Red Had : Therefore this request .
> The question is : When I post a problem and/or a question to Centos
> where can I look if anyone does react or gives an answer .
> I hope the question is not stupid .
> Regards ,
> Ger van Dijck.
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