Fedora's legacy changes
Posted Aug 11, 2006 11:06 UTC (Fri) by NRArnot
Parent article: Fedora's legacy changes
If you want a free-beer RedHat-alike system that's going to last as well as RHEL, then consider Scientific Linux as well as CentOS. Despite its name SL is a very good choice for non-scientists. CERN and Fermilab provide fairly heavyweight backing.
Fedora remains pretty good if you are willing to upgrade, which is usually fairly painless on a workstation. It's not what you want for a 24x7 server, though.
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