[NBLUG/talk] recommendations for distro
jeremy at linuxwebguy.com
Fri Nov 21 10:01:02 PST 2003
On Thu, 2003-11-20 at 19:33, Lincoln Peters wrote:
> If you're willing to spend money on it, you might consider buying Red
> Hat's boxed CD's. They would cost a little more than $40, but you get a
> few months of free tech support.
> A month of free support by telephone (which comes with one of the boxed
> sets, but I can't remember which) might be especially handy if you
> experience difficulties with network configuration and cannot access our
> mailing list.
Don't forget about the Red Hat announcement that they're dropping
support for Red Hat Linux and focusing more on the enterprise
environment. The cost of that software is pretty expensive!
The Fedora project seems like the route to go rather than Red Hat.
I totally agree with Mike tho, Debian would be an excellent route for
someone with lots of UNIX experience. And don't forget that you only
install the distro once.
Jeremy Turner <jeremy at linuxwebguy.com>
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