On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 12:49 AM, Victor Miasnikov <vvm@...> wrote:
> VVM>> Why Fedora 18 ? Why not Fedora 19? 20?
>> does assp only work on old software like CentOS/RHEL with a 5 year old
>> kernel 2.6.32.x ?
>> Sorry, I guess I don't understand the question...
> Why You use not current ( i.e. old) version of Fedora?
> Distribution Release: Fedora 19 (DistroWatch.com News)
Can't tell if sarcasm or something else that I am not understanding...
I am not sure how this is relevant to assp or if you have some issue
with Fedora or recent kernel versions, but Fedora 18 is a currently
Current Supported Releases
Fedora 19 (Schrödinger's Cat)
Fedora 18 (Spherical Cow)
Fedora 17 (Beefy Miracle)
Are there distro restrictions on as far as what ASSP will work on?
The perl version seems to be reasonably recent, but if more recent
packages/kernel would work better I can move assp to that.
> Best regards, Victor Miasnikov
>> . . . old software like CentOS/RHEL with a 5 year old kernel 2.6.32.x ?
> "5 year old" :-)
Sorry December 3rd 2009. - about 4 years old.
> As example:
> For example Red Hat has certified enlightened drivers for Hyper-V
> on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5.9 and certification of RHEL 6.4 . . .
> . . . RHEL 5.9/6.4 on Hyper-V.
Interesting, but I am not using that stuff for email real hardware
servers so I don't care about that - on the other hand I could
continue this thread by listing the advances in the kernel since 4
years ago in 2.6.32 but it would be a long list and I didn't come here
for religious distro discussions so I won't do that. However, I will
apologize if my choice of distro/kernel version offends anyone for any