RHEL Copyright Removal
jbecker at northwestern.edu
Fri Nov 21 10:51:00 EST 2003
On Fri, Nov 21, 2003 at 03:35:10PM -0000, neil.brown at syngenta.com wrote:
> Have any of you had experiences with such an exercise? Were they positive?
> How much effort was required? I believe ROCKS is based on RHEL 2.1 (not sure
> whether it's ES or AS) so it surely can't be that bad as a cluster oriented
Actaully, I believe that ROCKS is based on RHEL 2.1 WS. I've used it a few
times, and parts of it are quite nice. The ROCKS guys have automated
most of the recompile process, but I don't know if the automation includes
stripping out the RH stuff.
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