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Late Night Rant #25b

Submitted by on February 17, 2015 – 5:41 pm

No sooner than I stopped complaining about HP’s “holy” Web site, I ran into a similar issue with Red Hat’s site. And that doesn’t happen very often. Unlike HP, Red Hat folks tend to take better care of their online image. All the more reason to bring this up, especially since the “404” affect not some backwater resource but the main “Subscriptions” home page.

So, I went to RH Customer Portal (; logged in to my paid service account; clicked “Subscriptions” in the top menu; and was greeted by this snazzy ASCII “404” message:


I understand that the novelty of online presence has long worn off. Still, c’mon guys, fix your damn portal at least one-click-deep.

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