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Re: Community vs. Enterprise

In my previous blog entry named "Community vs. Enterprise" I wrote about the problem of being able to have a stable (I mean really stable) versions of some distributions like OpenSUSE and Fedora (well, you have have those but they'll be called SLES and RHEL and will cost you some money), and to me it looked like OpenVZ was the only exclusion from that rule.

I have to admit I was blind (or perhaps just somewhat RPM-centric) -- both Debian and Ubuntu have both bleeding edge and rock stable versions of their distros without any price tag attached. I thank the commenters who pointed me to that, and I'm happy that OpenVZ is in a good company here doing good stuff. ;)

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