Linked by David Adams on Tue 27th Jul 2010 07:31 UTC, submitted by sjvn
Red Hat CentOS, with almost 30% of all Linux servers. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux-derived distro is #1 according to Web Technology Surveys.
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RE[5]: Really a good distro
by gnufreex on Wed 28th Jul 2010 12:46 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Really a good distro"
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2010-05-06

I said it because it's a fact. That Caitlyn Martin is exaggerating a little bit. But CentOS is really not good for mission critical stuff in big enterprise (it is crazy to go without support there) but it is enough for home server, development servers, hosting providers, and such. That is a fact. Why you have problem with that?

Maybe because you want to push CentOS everywhere, and don't want anyone to buy RHEL? Growing and profitable Red Hat sh1ts all over your "open source can't make money" agenda, so I understand your buthurtness.

PS: Oh, and I wouldn't recommend Oracle Unworkable Linux even to an enemy. Oracle support is worse than useless, any money thrown in their direction is wasted. Better go with CentOS than OEL.

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