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but what if i don't care about centos 4?



  absolutely serious question -- i appreciate that it's important to
still document how things are done in centos 4, but i have precisely
zero interest in that.  given how long centos 5 has been out, and that
centos 6 is not that far down the road given the alleged release
schedule for RHEL 6 (rumoured end of year), i plan on investing my
time in centos 5 and 6 exclusively.

  so while i'm more than happy to write/update docs, i won't be
spending any time whatsoever with centos 4.  so what does one do under
those circumstances?  again, this is a perfectly serious question.  i
know it's not fair to short-change centos 4 -- i just have no interest
in it.

rday

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