Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 19th Mar 2007 19:41 UTC, submitted by elsewhere
Red Hat Red Hat is planning a packaged Linux desktop solution that it hopes will push its Linux desktop offering to a far broader audience than exists for its current client solution. The move is designed in part to compete with Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 platform, which includes SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, which were released in July 2006.
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flipflop
by factotum218 on Tue 20th Mar 2007 21:39 UTC
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2007-03-20

Didn't they try this already leaving behind the desktop users after version 9? Seems to me they are just attempting to take advantage of a situation. I'm not against that, I'm just not expecting anything jaw-droping.

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RE: flipflop
by superman on Wed 21st Mar 2007 12:57 in reply to "flipflop"
superman Member since:
2006-08-01

After RH 9 Red Hat provides :
- FC1
- RHEL 3

RH9 does not fill all needs.

> Didn't they try this already leaving behind the desktop users after version 9?

It's an old story.
After RH9 :
- RHEL 3 (WS option)
- FC1
- FC2
- FC3
- RHEL 4 (WS and Desktop option)
- FC4
- FC5
- FC6
- RHEL 5 (Desktop begin at 80 $/year).

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