[RndTbl] RHEL.

Gilbert E. Detillieux gedetil at cs.umanitoba.ca
Fri Jun 10 16:56:39 CDT 2011

On 2011-06-10 16:23, Adam Thompson wrote:
> More precisely, CentOS makes a big deal out of being
> binary-compatible right down to loading 3rd-party kernel modules
> correctly. So unless the software you're using needs to see the
> string "Red Hat" in /etc/issue, or uses the up2date infrastructure,
> you should be fine using any of RHEL, CentOS, SL, Oracle Unbreakable
> Linux, Sun's version (can't remember what it's called) etc.

Regardless of what Sun's version _used_ to be called, wouldn't it now be 
called "Oracle Unbreakable Linux"?  ;)

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