__/ [ ray ] on Friday 04 August 2006 02:54 \__
> On Thu, 03 Aug 2006 18:24:21 -0700, highvoltage2323 wrote:
>> where do i get the linux red hat os.i cant find it anywhere??
>> <snip />
> The reason you can't find it is that it was superceded about 2 years ago.
> Look for RHEL (commercial version) or Fedora Core (open source).
I suspect you can get RHEL (the non-commercial) by
downloading CentOS, which is a fork. I am not sure how it
all works as far as derivatives and cost are concerned, but
it's worth finding out. Fedora contains all the cutting edge
though (which comes at a hidden, non-monetary 'cost').
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