wounded in the line of duty
I would really like there to be an OpenSLES. Not OpenSUSE, necessarily.
I see OpenSUSE similarly to Fedora. Something related to RHEL, but not related enough that if I develop something on it I'm sure that it'll plug right into RHEL with no issues (version lag being the big issue. May not have the same tools (version lag again), and the same update process.
The reason I'm even here is I *may* being using for SLES in the near future. I was hoping to find the equivalent of CentOS (NOT Fedora) for SLES so I could throw it on a VM and kick the tires. Make sure I can integrate it with our current network services easily (LDAP, Kerberos, etc.), test updates, work out the kinks before I have a requirement. I suppose I could get a 60-day trial, but I like being able to take the long view and see how things hold up after SPs, many patches, etc.
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