Re: What is Best version of Linux?
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 04:37:00 GMT
Othello <email@example.com> wrote in
> Searched for information on RED Hat Linux Personal edition but
> I am not finding much. Strange that the Red Hat web site
> doesn't have any information about it. Has it been
> discontinued or something? It isn't in any of the retail
> stores either?
Get any distribution you want here:
Red Hat 9 is there, that is what I use. Pretty easy to setup and get running
and it is pretty good. Got my web and FTP servers up, ssh daemon, using upnpd
to make the Windows Messenger work on the other home computers (linux box is
also the internet gateway).
They don't talk about it anymore at Red Hat because they want to ditch the
home user market and just go after the big money coporate accounts now.
Enterprise accounts care less about cutting edge stuff then they do
stability, so this way Red Hat does not have to release new kernels all the
time, etc., and of course, "Enterprise" means BIG money.
FYI, the new "Red Hat 10" is called Fedora now, if you want that, google for
fedora. I am pretty happy with Red Hat 9.
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