redhat cygwin vs cygwin ? any diffrence?
- date: September 6, 2010
i just notice that there is a redhat cygwin at http://www.redhat.com/services/custom/cygwin/ , is there any difference ?
1 . redhat builds cygwin so its faster.
(5:15:46 AM) adamramadhan: version ?
(5:15:53 AM) adamramadhan: 1.8 and 1.7.7 ?
(5:15:59 AM) adamramadhan: why can that happen ?
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(5:17:00 AM) MartinCo: adamramadhan, because RHAT builds cygwin, the released version are behind the lates build
Is cygwin any good?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 26, 2013
In my Windows days I have tried it to learn Linux and use some Linux applications. But it was always horrible, pulled in a whole bunch of stuffs and x window crashed on me all the time, kind of like a monstrously huge and slumbering twin of WINE from the evil parallel universe. It was much easier to go full blown Linux (have used Ubuntu Debian CentOS and Fedora since)
Now I am in the mood and want to try it again on VM (I am WIndows free except on VM ) Wonder if anyone has tried it lately and what do you think of it.
Determining patch level of Redhat RHEL5 vs RHEL5.1 or RHEL4.54.6
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 22, 2009
I am very embarrassed to ask such a simple question, but I have been unable to find the answer anywhere else.
I have tried "uname -ar" which in any other UNIX system will give almost everything you need. oslevel in AIX / uname -v sun ...etc
Thanks in advance
I know that Linux really doesn't work on rev level like other UNIX flavors, but I just need a quick way to determine where the servers are currently overall - I can query RPM pakages individually and update them via up2date or yum
RHSS (RedHat Satellite) vs MS SCCM + 3rd party plugin QMX
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 12, 2010
[I'm posting this in the server forum instead of the general forum since it is probably a better target audience.]
Does anyone have any experience/opinions of the product Quest Management Xtensions for Device Management aka QMX?
It is a 3rd party bolt-on to M$ SCCM in order to "manage non-Windows systems and devices".
I'm a Unix/Linux admin that is being asked to "consider using existing tools" since our shop has M$ SCCM for managing Windows servers; there is an "allure" with management to buy an SCCM plug-in for patching/provisioning Linux and Solaris systems.
I'm trying to insist on purchase of RHN Satellite (RHSS) - there is a natural, healthy reluctance by this seasoned 15+ yrs Unix/Linux admin to use MS-based tools to patch/configure/provision/administer Unix & Linux servers!
If I have to "get under the hood" with my admin product, I want it to be Linux-based, not Windows-based. I'm also looking to create/rollout some cus
Firefox on Linux vs. Windows? any differences?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 6, 2009
I'll always use Firefox on Linux, but all these damn websites will not, and suggest that I use one of the following: Mozilla Firefox [this is what I'm using: on Linux, not Windows], Windows Internet Explorer, Safari.
How can we get rid of this Windows thing [people are using Windows and expect the whole world to do the same?]?! I really hate that! I like using my Firefox on my Linux box! Windows can go to hell! I use Linux 99% of the time now. How can we convince these vendors to get rid of Windows software? and start using Linux?!
Redhat Ent. VS Fedora
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 1, 2008
I'm about to set up a remote back up system on a machine.
The system will be backing up the entire file system of a redhat linux ent. system.
I am not sure whether I should be using fedora 8 or redhat linux ent. on this backup server.
Can you please shed some light on the differences, benefits/disadvantages of using fedora comapred to rhle as the backup sserver?
Thank you all.
LDAP Server : RedHat 389 directory service : any comment ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 12, 2012
I am shopping for a LDAP server. Of course the natural step would be to go for OpenLDAP but I read not so nice thing about openLDAP.
So before committing myself I am having a look around.
Do some of you have some experience of implementing a 389 Directory Service on a Ubuntu server ?
Thx for any feed back
Redhat 9 vs. Fedora core 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 5, 2004
I am running RH9 and Fedora seems very popular these day. I am not sure if I should upgrade RH9 to Fedora. Would anyone please tell me the main difference between these two distro?
RedHat 9 Vs Fedora
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 28, 2005
Hello Linux Experts
Is that Linux redhat 9 (Full updated) much secure on internet or Fedora or any other distro with By default settings.
can any Experts tell me in the view of his/her expert point of view
Adding a second IP address to RedHat Linux Vs. 4.2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 23, 2007
I have several servers in our branch offices running Red Hat Linux vs. 4.2 with kernel vs. 2.0.30. The software company that provided the servers does not want to upgrade to a newer version of Linux because their software may not run on it. I want to add a second IP address to this configuration for routing and management capabilities but I'm not sure if a second IP is capable of being added on this old a kernel. Can someone tell me for sure? If it is able to, please steer me in the right direction for configuration.
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