|kmhryhpdblyx on Thu, 10 Jul 2003 08:43:05 -0400|
Will they need a Red Hat Network subscription to keep the systems up to date? I'm concerned that a subscription will either be too expensive or too complicated for the kids. Would a Debian-based distro with a scheduled apt-get update/apt-get upgrade be a better choice in this situation? Or did you have another idea on how to administer all of those machines?
At 06:24 AM 7/10/2003 -0400, you wrote:
I have a contact at RedHat who has been very generous in the past ( with CD's). If it's all the same hardware it might be easier to stick with one distro. That way we could create one image and dump it to all the boxes. I would also like to give them all a set of CD's to take home.
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