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Old 08-21-2011, 01:47 PM   #16
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Awesome, is this why Red Hat is not more widely used? I will stop my post now and leave this forum.

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Old 08-21-2011, 01:50 PM   #17
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I am not wrong and there were unneeded comments made here. What this is is pure nit picking, just like two old women, I will discontinue my goal for Red Hat, and we will stick with the Windows servers and workstations. It was as plain as day that we have people in here that want to be looked at as the Red Hat gods!
Yes, you were (and are) wrong. Re-read my posts to you, and if you can point out where you were picked on, and where you were NOT given any helpful information, please do so. I asked you what defined your "desperate need"; you didn't answer. I asked WHY you needed RHEL; you didn't answer. Asked how you copied it; you didn't answer. We are here to help you, which is why we ALL VOLUNTEERED our time to ask you these things, and give you information.
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As for this statement as clear as mud: it is also an "evaluation" copy . Sort of "free" but NOT . Hmmmm next
It IS clear, if you understand what "evaluation" means. If the terms of a license are for 60 days, that means you have 60 days where it IS free...and after that you PAY. So...it is BOTH free and not-free.
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Awesome, is this why Red Hat is not more widely used? I will stop my post now and leave this forum.
If you say so, sure. Linux and Unix are the dominant OS'es in the world, by any measurable metric. If you are so easily offended that someone can't ask you a question and/or give you an answer without feeling 'judged'...good luck in whatever you choose.

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