Red Hat Linux
Contrary to apparent popular belief,
is not the only Linux distribution in the world.
users may want to consider trying
(an increasingly popular distribution quite similar to Red Hat) or
(one for "purists", with a powerful package system, a conservative release policy and a particularly close affiliation with the GNU project), or even
, which is the best seller in Europe and comes with a whopping 6 CDs of software. Another popular distribution is
which is supposedly the most "UNIX like".
Actually many believe
to be the one that is most close to *BSD Unix.
instead? Red Hat is just the brand name for the so-called cool people to talk about now.
Perhaps. Shrike (RH 9.0) is at the end of development, so you can't really get new updates for it any more.
is now split into the enterprise-grade
and the personal-grade
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