Am 12.04.2012 09:17, schrieb Peter Czanik:
Yes, I'm aware, that there are some people running
openSUSE on servers, I'm one
of them :) On the other hand, most people I know are using SLES, CentOS or
Debian when it comes to servers, even if using openSUSE on the desktop. So we
definitely need to break out from the "desktop OS" stamp.
I'm running openSUSE on many servers (ok, as many as a hobby allows) and I
couldn't agree more.
But let me point out (again) that it won't work as long as we have 18 months of
official support only.
Actually that's one of the reasons why I started off Evergreen (mainly for my
own needs) but it's not too successful contribution wise yet.
I hope we can do a lot better and with more contribution starting with
I still have two 11.1 servers exposed to the internet but Evergreen/11.1 is
basically dead and I'm really thinking about replacing one with Debian now. I
really don't want but the workload/software stack on that machine does support
Debian much better than openSUSE and I don't need to think about full upgrades
that often :-(
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