> From: Les Mikesell [mailto:lesmikesell_at_gmail.com]
> > This is definitely off topic, but it's not RHEL4 or RHEL5 that's
> > It's the engineering tools, if you run them on whichever is the latest
> > version of RHEL. Because the developers who produce the tools don't
> > access to the latest OS until the same time when you do.
> That's not true in general. Fedora releases cycle much faster than RHEL
You seem to be taking my specific comments, about my specific environment,
and misinterpreting them as some sort of generalization. That is not, and
never was the point that I made. I am not making a generalization about
RHEL or engineering tools in general. I have specific set of tools to
support, which are only supported on the latest 2 versions of RHEL. Of
which, things will be more difficult to support on the latest RHEL.
No generalization. There is a specific reason why I use RHEL4, and now that
RHEL6 is out, it's time to upgrade to RHEL5. I feel like a broken record
repeating myself here.
I don't know what the reasons are for other people to still use RHEL4. No
generalization. I'm just stating my own reasons.
And I'm only stating my own reasons, because of your obnoxious comments that
judgementally hinted there's no good reason to use an old OS.
Received on 2010-11-17 03:29:59 CET