"The much anticipated release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)
v.4 has arrived, painting Boston red at LinuxWorld Expo &
Conference this week. With this conservative product, Red Hat steps
up as a full-fledged Linux 2.6 provider. I just wish they'd stepped
a little higher.
"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..."
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