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Agreed with Dag

We are a very big SLES user at work, but all my home machines are done on CentOS.. because i Cant get a free openSLE to play with.
Sure I can use some work SLES licences, but why? when i can just download CentOS.

In another workplace, we run many many Centos systems. When we need to run mission critical systems, we move it over to RHEL, not because its better (its not, they are pretty even) but because the system is known to work fine on Centos/RHEL.

If SLES had the Centos equiavalent, im sure it would have most transitions similar to above.

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