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Old 03-20-2011, 05:30 PM
Default Processed: closing 511802

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> close 511802
Bug#511802: nfs4 mounting with krb5.. does not work.
'close' is deprecated; see http://www.debian.org/Bugs/Developer#closing.
Bug closed, send any further explanations to Olaf Till <olaf.till@uni-jena.de>

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>>> CentOS has no clients to whom a contractual duty of support is
>>> owed. If SLAs, sales engineers, 800 numbers, and such are
>>> wanted or needed, PLEASE buy a contract from someone
>> And yes I started looking elsewhere and with reasonably priced offer
>> from
>> Oracle
>> this project is probably dead in the water.
> Hi AK,
> Why would you swing so radically in the other direction from free to
> fee?
> Have you looked at SL? They don't have 5.6 but seem to be on a stable
> 6.0 rel.


I'm not actually looking for free.
I'd gladly support the efforts of our "prominent North American Enterprise
Linux vendor"
with what little I have if their offers wouldn't be so ridiculously
I hope the situation may change now with Oracle in direct competition with
for RH and RH-based distros user base. BTW Oracle offers installable
binaries for free.
I didn't get into details yet but this sounds like a viable alternative.


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