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Is it safe to assume??

Is it safe to assume that if a hardware vendor has a "Yes" Certification
on a device for SEL 9.x that it will work on OES??? I would think so but
I see that some vendors have the "YES" certification for both OES and
SEL... I dont want to be the gunni pig that spends 100k and not have it
work 😉 ... Any reponce is appreciated but I would like to hear something
from a novell engineer, ahhheeeeem Novell engineer please ;)...

Thanks!

-scz
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Is it safe to assume??

> Is it safe to assume that if a hardware vendor has a "Yes"
Certification
> on a device for SEL 9.x that it will work on OES??? I would think so

but
> I see that some vendors have the "YES" certification for both OES and
> SEL... I dont want to be the gunni pig that spends 100k and not have it
> work 😉 ... Any reponce is appreciated but I would like to hear

something
> from a novell engineer, ahhheeeeem Novell engineer please ;)...
>
> Thanks!
>
> -scz

Since OES only adds software to SLES9 any hardware supported by SLES9
should still work with OES. OES adds some knrnel modules to SLES9 buth
nothing that should interfere with any hardware device.
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