Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 2nd Apr 2007 15:29 UTC, submitted by Rahul
Red Hat "Sex appeal doesn't seem to be the focus of this release. Instead, Red Hat makes a strong statement in its competitive infrastructure in the form of well-executed virtualisation and user session controls in its RHEL5 release. The aggressive number of components inside this operating system still beg to be sewn together more comprehensively with better administrative tools, but the fundamentals are definitely in there."
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alexandru_lz
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2007-02-11

o_O
7.1 is more likely to be X.org version. Makes one wonder if the reviewer know what he's talking about at all.
-- miscz

Considering how the lack of eye candy is such a big point, I'd say he doesn't. I miss the days when NO server OS had a GUI (I'm not sure if they were any better, but the articles about them used to be...).

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