Re: Red Hat vs Craftworks Linux AXP

Brian Walters (macbnr@saratoga.compassnet.com)
Fri, 15 Nov 96 11:57:50 -0500

>
>> The one thing I do like is shadowed passwords works very well, and comes
>> "built in" to craftworks. Redhat comes with a lot more packages, and
>> seems to have more free support, at least from the lists.
> ^^^^
> |
> |____``no''
>
>I think you spelled ``no'' wrong in that sentence. I've sent mail to
>them twice for help (and YES I gave them my support number and
>registered both online and via the registration card). I'm not sure I'd
>ever do business with them again, and in fact might go with
>Craftworks.

Ha ha ha ha ha he he he he(falling over with laughter)....Well everyone
is enitled to thier opion (and mistakes) but when I tried using
craftworks they couldn't even help me with a networking problem I was
having and finally refunded my money because they couldn't give me the
support I needed, something about the Lead Engineer leaving with all the
doc or such. We all have our opions and experiences. This is mine so
that's why I use Redhat. It worked the first time right out if the box.

Brian Walters<------------------------------------>macbnr@compassnet.com
"How many computers can one have before they become obsessed???"
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PM6100w/dos 40mgs 1.5gigs Mac7.5, Win3.11, Mklinux
Amd586dx4-133 20mgs .5gigs RH 3.0.3 Linux, Dos
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