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Review: Java Desktop System 2 vs. Red Hat Desktop Linux

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This comparison review looks at Sun's new Java Desktop System 2 and the Red Hat Desktop...
Java Desktop System 2 and Red Hat Desktop can be a fit as developer workstations because they ship with good development tools: Java Desktop System comes with Sun's JDK (Java Development Kit), Sun Java System Studio and NetBeans, and Red Hat Desktop comes with Eclipse and the Lomboz Eclipse plug-in, a tool kit for J2EE (Java 2, Enterprise Edition) development.

Java Desktop System 2, including management tools, costs $100 per machine per year or $50 per employee per year (for unlimited seats). Red Hat Desktop costs about $70 per machine per year.
 read more | mail this link | score:7790 | -Ray, June 22, 2004
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