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Another look at Red Hat Linux 8.0

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The previously obscure art of Linux installation now accessible to the masses.
Red Hat Linux 8.0 is the first Linux distribution we've tested that supports both KDE (K Desktop Environment) and GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment) equally well. GNOME has long been, and still is, Red Hat's default desktop environment, but configuration utilities and other interface niceties are just as well-integrated into KDE as they are in GNOME.
 read more | score:7689 | -Ray, January 4, 2003 (Updated: June 8, 2003)
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