Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 28th Dec 2006 22:24 UTC
Red Hat Red Hat plans to ship the next version of its premium Linux product on February 28, debuting major virtualization technology but missing an earlier deadline by about two months. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 had been scheduled to ship by the end of 2006. However, the company gave itself scheduling wiggle room in September, when Red Hat released the first RHEL 5 beta; a second beta arrived in November.
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RE: Well...
by orestes on Fri 29th Dec 2006 01:23 UTC in reply to "Well..."
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As much as I dislike MS in general, I have to admit that they've been very good about having solid releases of their Server platform. Server 2003 was arguably the single best operating system they've ever produced.

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RE[2]: Well...
by melkor on Fri 29th Dec 2006 03:58 in reply to "RE: Well..."
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Actually, that's an exceptionally good point. That deserves a good mod point.


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by 2fargone on Fri 29th Dec 2006 09:07 in reply to "RE: Well..."
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Too bad MS's best OS costs so much. Last I checked it started at over $700 per license and went up from there depending on what your doing.

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