Linked by Andrew Case on Thu 11th Nov 2010 22:02 UTC
Red Hat "Red Hat, Inc. today announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, the latest major release of the company's flagship operating platform, setting the scene for its server operating systems for the next decade. With Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Red Hat defines new standards for commercial open source operating environments. Designed to support today's flexible and varied enterprise architectures, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 delivers the comprehensive foundation customers need for physical, virtualized and cloud deployments."
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RE[4]: Comment by Terg
by linux-it on Fri 12th Nov 2010 19:40 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by Terg"
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found Novell to do a much better job here _and_ cheaper.

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RE[5]: Comment by Terg
by gilboa on Sat 13th Nov 2010 18:04 in reply to "RE[4]: Comment by Terg"
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Maybe and maybe not. Depending on your requirements and your personal taste.

Given the fact that I had kernel issues getting fixed within 24h on RHEL (from bugzilla to download) I find it hard to believe that SLES is even better.

... But as I said, it does boil down to personal experience and preference.

- Gilboa

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RE[6]: Comment by Terg
by leech on Sun 14th Nov 2010 04:43 in reply to "RE[5]: Comment by Terg"
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Not to mention that SUSE pretty much sucks.

They've brought some good things to the plate, but I've never had anything but problems with the distribution, though SLES was fairly stable, it was put into place where I now work by the previous admin who did not know what he was doing.

I would much prefer RedHat/CentOS over anything coming out of Novell.

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