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Review: White Box Enterprise Linux

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An unencumbered enterprise Linux distribution built from the free parts of Red Hat Enterprise Linux...
White Box Enterprise Linux (WBEL) is an attempt to fill the void left by Red Hat's decision to become a purely commercial product. It's not without problems, but it does a bridge the functionality gap between the Fedora Project and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).

WBEL was born when the Beauregard Parish (La.) Public Library faced the difficult choice of moving all its servers to RHEL and paying large sums in licensing fees, or moving to a different distro. It chose to sponsor the creation of White Box Linux.
 read more | mail this link | score:7243 | -Ray, November 10, 2004
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