> Does anyone actually use "Unbreakable Linux"?
I attended one of the Oracle Linux sessions at OpenWorld. They had two clients (from Dell and Stanford University) speaking about using Oracle Linux and why they chose it over RHEL. However, neither organization is using the "Unbreakable" version.
Someone asked the Oracle presenter how many of the 8,000 customers using Oracle Linux were using the Unbreakable version. He said he had no idea.
] On Behalf Of Ian Collins
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On 10/16/11 04:50 AM, John D Groenveld wrote:
> I came away from OpenWorld that Larry's "Solaris is overwhelmingly
> the best open systems operating system on the planet" was perhaps
> winning over Unbreakable Linux is the means to take cost out
> of John Fowler and company's systems, but unconvinced I want to
> be stuck in a dying niche as Ed and Larry conceive it.
Does anyone actually use "Unbreakable Linux"?
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