Rooney, Paula
November 2004
CRN;11/29/2004, Issue 1123, p74
Reports on the launching of Red Hat's first Linux distribution based on the Linux 2.6 kernel in the first quarter of 2005. Purpose of the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4; Advantage of the availability of commercial Linux distributions; Features of Linux 2.6 kernel.


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