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RE: What type of Linux?

From: Fouts Christopher ()
Subject: RE: What type of Linux?
Date: Wed, 12 May 2004 14:40:08 -0400

Sorry for the plain "no" answer earlier.

You do NOT need a Linux "server version" to have a CVS server (at least I
Plain and free RH9 (which can be installed as a "server") worked for me.

However, you may have other needs in addition to CVS that warrants a server
but that's for you to decide.


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> I'm pretty sure I know the answer to this, but:
> No, Yagiz does not have to buy a server version, or no, he cannot use 
> a "cheap/free workstation version"? 'Tweren't a yes/no question ;)

:-) Jim, I thought about the same thing and I'm as sure as you are about
where does "no" go... :-)

The reason I asked the question is that I know there's a Red Hat Server
version that's not cheap at all, let alone free. If that's the price for the
support then I can go and download it and use it. I'll check that.

Is there any particular version/brand you wouldn't recommend, obviously not
based on pure taste but more based on the functionalities. (For example we
used Red Hat 7.2 in the past and we were happy with it).

Thanks guys!

 - Yagiz -

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