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Review: Red Hat Linux 9

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The Professional version isn't recommended except for Linux novices who really need the installation support.
Red Hat's latest release, Red Hat 9, continues the company's tradition of producing solid offerings that are workmanlike, if not inspired. As with the past several releases, a key part of the package is the Red Hat Network, a services offering that makes maintaining errata for large installations a snap.

Red Hat Linux 9 comes in two versions: Professional and plain old Red Hat Linux. The key difference between the two is support: "Pro" purchasers get 60 days of phone support (for the installation only) plus a two-month basic subscription to the Red Hat Network (more on that later).
 read more | mail this link | score:6977 | -Ray, September 15, 2003
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