The update for the company’s Enterprise Linux product was released Wednesday, with added support for x86 chips and IBM JS20 blade servers. Up next, the new release of the cutting edge Fedora, News.com reports. Update and mini-commentary: Editorial at eWEEK: “Why Linux users hate Red Hat“. We don’t think so, Red Hat is still the most used/downloaded distro of all. However, it is true that people usually hate the No1 (just because it is No1) and favor any underdog. Having said that, I prefer Slackware because of its simplicity, app stability, fewer distro bugs and speed compared to Fedora.