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The answer is simple: Red Hat Linux
Posted Oct 18, 2008 23:53 UTC (Sat) by qg6te2 (guest, #52587)
As appealing as it was, the above solution wasn't and isn't sustainable. On top of that, many corporate organisations didn't take Linux seriously until there was paid and reliable support (i.e. a company willing to put its reputation on the line for a Linux distro). Hence RHEL emerged. Part of the profits from sales and support of RHEL are fed back into further development of Linux and many other open source projects.
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