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Review: RHEL 4


Another look at Red Hat's new Enterprise Linux offering...
Novell has had an enterprise version running the 2.6 kernel for a year. Red Hat incorporated many of the elements of the 2.6 kernel into RHEL 3, but it still was not where it could have been had the company decided to break with tradition and issue a new release prior to their typical 12-18 month lead cycle. After reviewing RHEL 4, I'm left wondering if this release is so much better that businesses using RHEL 3 will rush to upgrade.
 read more | mail this link | score:4102 | -Ray, February 18, 2005
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