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We are setting this up for the first time, and I would prefer to do this on
SL6 rather than CentOS6 as it seems like SL6 is more up to date and the
future of centos has been a little in question over the past few years.

Is anyone else running on SL6? Any issues?

I assume getting the installer to run is as simple as changing
/etc/redhat-release?

thanks,

-ed

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  • Harsh J at Nov 22, 2012 at 3:38 am
    Hi Devros,

    Yes I believe it should work once you've made the /etc/redhat-release changes.

    However, could you elaborate on "the future of centos has been a
    little in question over the past few years."? I've seen CentOS
    continue to release updates in very recent times, so more details
    would be much appreciated :)
    On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 10:00 PM, devros wrote:
    We are setting this up for the first time, and I would prefer to do this on
    SL6 rather than CentOS6 as it seems like SL6 is more up to date and the
    future of centos has been a little in question over the past few years.

    Is anyone else running on SL6? Any issues?

    I assume getting the installer to run is as simple as changing
    /etc/redhat-release?

    thanks,

    -ed


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    Harsh J

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