FreeOS.com: Review: Red Hat 7
Dec 24, 2000, 16:41 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Red Hat 7 is the latest and greatest release to come out of
Research Triangle Park. Should it have been later and could it
possibly have been greater? Let's find out."
"Version 7 (Guinness) certainly has been one of the most
anticipated and hyped releases of Red Hat. It's been out for a
while now and it's time to see whether all that hype was justified.
We'll be reviewing the Red Hat 7 ftp release here."
"The first thing new about the distribution is that there are
now two installation CD's. Red Hat has added a lot of new stuff
here namely OpenSSH and Tripwire for security, Kernel 2.4, Abiword,
Xfree86 4.0 and USB support. Is the added software worth it? System
administrators are still likely to go for the latest software
release off the net. Desktop users will like this because there is
quite a bit of useful and more importantly up-to-date software to
work with here."
- LinuxGram: Linus Savages Red Hat 7.0(Dec 16, 2000)
- FreeOS.com: Red Hat 7 installation guide(Dec 15, 2000)
- Linus Weighs in on Red Hat 7 Compiler Issues(Dec 14, 2000)
- LinuxWorld.com.au: A consumers' guide to Red Hat 7.0(Nov 02, 2000)
- Linux.com: Installing Red Hat 7(Oct 31, 2000)
- Linux Orbit: Red Hat 7 Review(Oct 23, 2000)
- ZDNet: A question of leadership - Red Hat 7 lays the path, but who will follow?(Oct 11, 2000)
- eWeek: Evolution, not revolution -- Red Hat 7 Review(Oct 09, 2000)
- Duke of URL: The Big Red Hat [Review of Red Hat 7.0](Sep 30, 2000)
- MaximumLinux.com: Big Changes in Red Hat 7.0(Sep 21, 2000)