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The best server option for Red Hat

On 12/3/10 8:57 AM, Edward Ned Harvey wrote:
> Not sure what that's supposed to mean, but if you don't believe me, just try
> installing Dell OMSA Managed Node on a Dell server running Centos.  While
> it's not impossible, it certainly doesn't work by default.  Part of the
> problem is an OS detection script, which greps for "Red Hat" in the
> /etc/redhat-release file, but even if you tweak that script to accept
> Centos, there's still some "open source equivalent" library dependency which
> doesn't behave the same in centos.

All of my 300+ machines run Dell OMSA Managed Node fine on CentOS 5.


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