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Computerworld.NZ: Red Hat 7.3 Slick but Fat

Jun 24, 2002, 20:30 (26 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Juha Saarinen)

"Most people will come into direct contact with open source software through Linux.

"Furthermore, it's likely to be the Red Hat Linux distribution. Our friends at IDC reckon that well over half of Linux installations don the Red Hat, which leaves it well ahead of other distributions.

"It's easy to see why business customers feel comfortable with Red Hat. It's a professionally packaged product, with a support infrastructure that helps ease migration pains from other platforms. The latest version of Red Hat Linux, 7.3, looks set to increase the North Carolina company's foothold in the corporate market, thanks to slick features, versatility and of course that legendary Linux reliability – minus the budget-bursting licensing costs associated with non-open source operating systems..."

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