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61. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX AS 3 X86
62. Red Hat Linux Interactive Training
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63. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX ES 3 X86
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64. CentOS Linux 4.0 i386 Media Kit
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65. Freebsd 5.3
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66. SuSE Linux 7.2 Personal Edition
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67. Suse Linux 9.1 Professional Edition
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68. Complete Redhat Linux 5.2 Operating
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70. Red Hat Linux 6.2 Deluxe SBE
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71. Mathematica 5.1 (Linux)
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76. Linux Starter Kit
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80. BearOps Linux - Desktop

61. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX AS 3 X86 ( RHF0189US )

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62. Red Hat Linux Interactive Training Course

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Publisher: Pearson Software
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This fully interactive, comprehensive multimedia course teaches Red Hat Linux 6.x system administrators virtually every real-world skill that they are likely to need. This CD-ROM features the Red Hat Linux System Administration Multimedia Cyber Classroom: 5 hours of audio, more than 50 hours of digital videos, 300 Q&As, and more. It has an intuitive, browser-based interface that runs inside both Linux and Windows. Covered subjects include security, user accounts, Internet setup, file/print services, hardware, heterogeneous networks, and both the command line and the GNOME graphical interface.

Also included in the package is the Red Hat Linux System Administration Handbook. In this book, two Linux experts (Mark F. Komarinski, a Linux Journal columnist, and Cary Collett, a system administrator and Webmaster for Peregrine Publishers) walk through every aspect of a Linux system: networking, Web, FTP and Netnews services, e-mail, client services, security, and more. Learn how to configure hardware and peripherals, customize the kernel, tune performance, and automate key sysadmin tasks. ... Read more


63. RED HAT ENTPRSE LINUX ES 3 X86 ( RHF0234US )

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64. CentOS Linux 4.0 i386 Media Kit
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Manufacturer: Reaction XP
Sales Rank: 2936
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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High quality four disc media kit for CentOS Linux. CentOS is an Enterprise-class Linux Distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by a prominent North American Enterprise Linux vendor. CentOS conforms fully with the upstream vendors redistribution policy and aims to be 100% binary compatible. CentOS is free, however, they ask for a small contribution. ... Read more

Features

  • Compatible with software made for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0
  • No License Fees
  • High quality replicated discs
  • Professionally packaged
  • Samba, MySQL, Apache, Gnome, KDE, 2.6 Series Kernel

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Red Hat Enterprise Power at a Free Linux Price
The CentOS Linux 4 operating system is built from the publicly provided sources developed by Red Hat Linux.That doesn't make this the same as Red Hat Enterprise Linux - but it's not too far from the mark.

CentOS Linux is an excellent dedicated server operating system that includes support Intel 32-bit and 64-bit processors.Installation is as nearly easy as any Red Hat distribution, which makes it easier than most Linux systems albeit not as easy as the incredibly user friendly Mandriva and Ubuntu distributions.

To build a new CentOS 4 server, I purchased an inexpensive eMachines T6212 desktop with 512 MB RAM and an AMD Athlon 64 3200+ processor. Unlike most Linux installations, this was an unbelievably slow installation.The installation took several hours.The installation does an excellent job of automatically identifying your hardware and then presents you with an astonishing list of optional software packages to install.Thisincludes all manner of server tools including relational database servers, the ability to act as a Windows-compatible network server, electronic mail, web servers and full development tools. While not quite to the Windows standard of cheerful handholding, the CentOS installer is a bit more no nonsense and expects you've been down the Linux path before.

Security is a huge issue, and this version of CentOS supports the SELinux security engine developed in partnership with the National Security Agency.The result is a very secure Linux server that meets or exceeds even the most stringent security standards. CentOS includes the iptables firewall, which can be a bit tricky to setup and configure.Still, this can be an excellent way to build a simple and reliable home DMZ.Use the provided fetchmail and procmail services, and you can safely retrieve email from commercial mail accounts like Yahoo!, Gmail and ISP accounts, filter them for spam, trojans and viruses and have your in-house users connect to your CentOS server for their safely cleansed email.

Since I was most interested in setting up an email server, I used the installed Postfix electronic mail server with Dovecot to provide POP3 and IMAP services. Configuration was very easy, but not for the faint of heart.I added Squirrelmail - a web based email client that allows my users to review their email online without needing to use a separate email client, just their web browser.Kind of like Microsoft's Outlook Web Agent. You'll need more than provided documentation to do this.

Once I had the email server working, I downloaded and installed Spamassassin and Clam Antivirus.Within a few hours, I had a well-secure electronic mail server that automatically filters email against viruses, trojans, and spam. All for free.

I'd recommend CentOS to home users who want to get hands-on experience with enterprise-grade Linux servers and to small organizations that cannot afford the high prices charged by certain commercial software houses.A configuration like CentOS in the Windows world can easily cost an organization of 50 people well over $20,000. With CentOS, you can have an equal degree of power with far higher security for free. ... Read more


65. Freebsd 5.3
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Asin: B0007KQOGC
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Manufacturer: Navarre
Sales Rank: 5994
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Features

  • Improved driver support for multiple IDE, SATA, and 802.11a/b/g devices
  • Next-generation support for SMP machines increase the number of threads executing in the kernel -- for the laymen, this means it can handle running several processes at once
  • Full support for Bluetooth devices
  • Work with a complete development environment - GCC 3.4.2, Binutils 2.15, and GDB 6.1
  • Create a custom graphical user interface with tools like X.org 6.7, Gnome 2.6.2 and KDE 3.3.0

66. SuSE Linux 7.2 Personal Edition

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67. Suse Linux 9.1 Professional Edition
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Asin: B0001MBCP4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: SuSE Inc.
Sales Rank: 1065
Average Customer Review: 3.37 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A stable and secure core operating system
  • New kernel 2.6 and new KDE 3.2 for quicker access to data
  • GNOME 2.4 with improved usability and new accessibility options
  • Samba 3.0 for integration of Linux hosts in Windows domains
  • Fully ported, 64-bit version for AMD64 and Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology

Reviews (43)

5-0 out of 5 stars Those With Very New PC's Please Download the LiveCD First
Head to suse's website suse dot com and goto downloads and get their 9.1 live cd. This will not install the software but at least verify (In most cases) that it will work for you. If you're using a USB keyboard turn off "Legacy USB Support" first or your keyboards will not work properly. For those saying they're getting kernel panic's and their windows partitions are wiped is probably becuase you tried to resize your windows partition which is alwasy dangerous. Use partition magic and not Suse's repartitioner. If you install to seperate HD then you'll be fine and suse will automatically detect the windows partition and put it in the boot loader so you can choose windows or linux at boot. AMD64 Version is about 30-50% faster. And screams on dual opteron machines!

4-0 out of 5 stars The New Suse...
Well, Suse has come out with their next version. Most of the "new" features are things that you may not see per se. Suse has done a lot of tweaking under the hood so you have to read up on the distro to see the enhancements. Like the 2.6 kernel, or it's new hyperthreading technology. But enough babble...let's get to the heart of this thing.

Suse has a proprietary installer as well as several other proprietary components which make it a near impossibility that the distro will ever offer a free download again. You can download and install by ftp but that is something most people with a dial-up don't want to do--or can't do. As another reviwer pointed out, if you have new hardware, get the live CD first and see if your hardware can run Suse.

I installed version 9.1 on a machine that has a history of running Linux nearly perfectly. Every time I have installed Suse, there is some surprise that I have encountered. But I have managed to get it working and performing as a stable platform. For this, I give Suse 9.1 4 stars.

But I hesitate to say "It's the greatest" because of the problems that I have had with the distro every time. There is always some bug or "something" that doesn't work right with my equipment--which leads to my next point.

Every reviewer's rating is accurate based upon that individual's experience. And I can say with a great degree of certainty that those with poor reviews simply had a bad install or little hardware support--for the most part. (Goodness knows that there are a myriad of things that can happen during an install). And those with good reviews had a good experience. So keep this in mind when reading the reviews. Your mileage may vary.

It's based on your knowledge, your hardware, and your determination to get the system up and running. And if you have no hardware support, no amount of persistence or knowledge will change it.

So, overall, I rate this distro on par with the other versions but with the same "gotchas" that the other versions have had. And when Mandrake, Libranet and other distros run on the same machine just fine, it has to be the distro's fault.

The best thing to do is test the distro for yourself and if it doesn't work, get another distro--preferably Mandrake as it is comparable to Suse and has excellent hardware support.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best Linux distrubution.... bar none!
I have tried several distrubutions of Linux including Red Hat, Mandrake, Debian, Turbolinux, among others. However, I have to say hands down that Suse is the very best Linux distribution out there in this day and age (July 18, 2004).

The reasons...

1.) One of the easiest to install.
2.) Suse has focused on making the transistion easier with a system they call YAST which serves as an installation and administration tool that drastically simplifies the use of the OS.
3.) First Linux distribution to support 64 bit systems. (pro version)
4.) Clean interface thru and thru.
5.) Comes with thousands of programs that can be used free of charge including anything you might needs such as word processing, email, web browsing, etc...
6.) Suse has major corporate backers such as Novell and IBM. It should be around for a very long time in other words.
7.) Has a user base that is growing fast.

There are many other reasons I could list, but for the sake of space I will just say, buy it and try it.

One last note. Windows users should recognize that if they want to switch over to Linux... they need a transition period to do so. Why? Linux is not Windows. Linux is however an excellent OS. It has many benefits which Windows does not offer. One being its security. It has far fewer security vulnerabilities than Windows does. It has a huge user community that provide free support to one another... there is paid support also if you want that sort of thing. In other words, setup one machine with Suse Linux so you can learn the ins and outs of the OS. Don't expect to use it for your main machine for a couple of months at least. You have probably spent years on Windows and are used to its peculararites. Linux is similar in some ways to Windows and different in some ways. Some features will feel familiar and others will feel new... so set aside some time to learn the differences. The payoff is much less frustration since you are expecting to learn new things and be presented with some challenges. In the end you will end up with a great OS that is in many ways superior to Windows and offers a much less expensive offering of software, support, and security.

5-0 out of 5 stars EASY EASY AND EASY!
I read all of the reviews both regarding the suse and others. I went ahead and got the 9.1 pro just for the simplicity of it all. It came with cds, dvds, and two excellant books. I swithched to mac one year ago after using all forms of PC since the early days. I installed the software on both a amd athlon 1900 and a amd laptop.
Installation was easy. No problems whatsoever. Great user interface. Has programs that I use on my mac such as open office.

Still have to work some more with it but in my humble opinion it is worth a try.
dan

5-0 out of 5 stars The First Installation Disk Is Free
Then you have have to connect to an FTP and download the rest of the files via the internet. If your connection is slow or the FTP is bogged down it could take forever. Just go to some of the Linux forums online and read some of the horror stories about trying to get this "Free Download" (remember that you get what you pay for). I would suggest purchasing SuSE from a retailer online so that your install goes much smoother and you don't have to rely on an FTP or your internet connection (especially if you're connecting at 56k or less!) The ISOs at Linux.Org provide just the 1rst installation ISO which you have to burn to CD, and use to kick off the SuSE installation which then connects to an FTP online to download the remaining files and 3rd party applications which are found on the other 4 CDs which are about 600MB each. If you're looking to save time, buy a set, if you have the bandwidth and the patience, then download it directly from SuSE.com, burn the ISO file to CD, boot from it and kick off the installation, adn keep your fingers crossed. I wouldn't, however bother downloading the ISO from some cheap looking website like (...). ... Read more


68. Complete Redhat Linux 5.2 Operating System Deluxe Secure Server

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Asin: B00002SANY
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Publisher: Pearson Software
Sales Rank: 8096
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69. Linspire Five.0 Oem Edition
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Asin: B00094OT0Y
Catlog: Software
Sales Rank: 8411
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70. Red Hat Linux 6.2 Deluxe SBE

Asin: B00004U2IR
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Publisher: Red Hat Software
Sales Rank: 8697
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Red Hat Linux 6.2 Deluxe features telephone installation support and the Getting Started guide. Its installation options are more powerful, support options more complete, and high-availability clustering more advanced than the earlier versions. The Internet applications Apache and Sendmail are also included. ... Read more


71. Mathematica 5.1 (Linux)
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Asin: B0007D9QTQ
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Wolfram Research, Inc.
Sales Rank: 2223
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Features

  • A uniquely productive programming language
  • Creates publication-quality documents with its customizable, cross-platform file format
  • Fully-integrated, technical, computing system; symbolic & numeric computation
  • Used by over a million scientists, engineers, analysts, educators, and students
  • High-performance optimization and linear programming, data analysis, and visualization

72. Mathematica 5.1 (Unix)
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Features

  • A uniquely productive programming language
  • Creates publication-quality documents with its customizable, cross-platform file format
  • Fully-integrated, technical, computing system; symbolic & numeric computation
  • Used by over a million scientists, engineers, analysts, educators, and students
  • High-performance optimization and linear programming, data analysis, and visualization

73. RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX ES 2.1 ( RHF0111US )

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Publisher: Red Hat Software
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74. SuSE Linux 8.2 Professional
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Asin: B00008XYHH
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Publisher: SuSE Inc.
Sales Rank: 3337
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SuSE Linux requires no prior training or special hardware--simply install and start using a multitude of applications that allow you to work and play as you wish. An ideal replacement for your old operating system, whether on your desktop PC or your laptop, it is just as easy, but faster, more secure, and much more economical.

SuSE Linux 8.2 Professional is the complete Linux for advanced and home office users. It's fully compatible with MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files, and features several Web browsers and e-mail programs from which to choose. Also included are automatic network identification for your mobility, multimedia and video editing to professional standard, and optimized installation, operation, and help functions. ... Read more

Reviews (26)

4-0 out of 5 stars This is the best Linux yet!
As long as I've owned my computer I've been using Windows. Recently I was told Linux could allow my computer to run as a server so I thought I'd try out. I'm pretty open minded (obviously I'm not an apple advocate) developer so I like to try new things with computers and sames make mistakes on purpose of something of learning the best ways and worst ways to get something good going. Of course I'm still learning about Linux, but I have tried numerous distributions of Linux and my conclusion is that SUSE Linux is the best one I've used!
I am so used to using Windows, so the new file structure was hard for me to get used to, but the more I use it the more I see how great SUSE. The installation of SUSE is a tad more complicated than other versions of Linux. Luckily there is a default system that is determined at run time. This usually works best for everyone, but be very careful to have some idea what do before installing and of course back it up. In my case I am running SUSE Linux 8.2 Professional on an x86 machine. In contradiction to the comments about a FAT32 drive I am running a dual boot. Windows XP formatted as NTFS (NT file system) and and the other partition is formatted as the native Linux format. A third partition was created automatically according to a slice made during installation that was used for swap space. It took up just a tad more space than XP (hard to believe), but it comes with every program you can think of (maybe too many). Both SUSE and Windows XP work great together even with the NT format. Its much easier to use if you use Windows to partition the hard drive by installing Windows first and then leaving a leftover for linux. What I liked most I guess about SUSE was the ability to update online without having to do it manually, YAST (the control panel), and the ability to run as a server. I did have a few problems with automatic update checker, but there was usually more one way to do something which was good enough for me. I was also discouraged that unlike windows where press ctrl+alt+delete when some program doesn't shut down properly there is no way to stop a program without logging out and then logging back in or restarting. Lucky it didn't happen very often. I guess the thing I hated most was that sometimes when trying to install the graphical appearance of the installation (that's all I can call it) without break down making it impossible to finish installation. So there were times w hen to shut the computer off during the middle of installation, restart the computer, and start a new Linux installation. Usually this happened because I left the installation screen sitting too long. I have tested PHATLinux, Red Hat, and Mandrake. I liked SUSE the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars Desktop Linux
Okay, the professional review says that this product is easy to install and setup straight out of the box and that no computer experience is neccessary. Well, you might get lucky. Linux is a fantastic operating system and is a viable alternative to Windows but... While the installation tool YAST2 set up the system using an intuitive installation interface it didn't quite get everything right; getting my graphics card to work properly meant going to the vendors site (NVIDIA) and downloading their drivers and installing them myself. Additionally tweaking the system is not as easy as with Windows and, of course, you have a limited selection of software that will run on Linux. Having said all that, with SUSE Linux you get an excellent set of installation and application manuals (when was the last time Microsoft put documentation in their box?) and there is quite a bit of software that comes with the system. You get two complete office packages (K office and OpenOffice) which are more or less compatible with MS Office. While not too many software companys write versions for Linux, not too many virus authors do either. Now that most of the bugs are out of Linux it is a phenomonally stable system. I haven't ever had to reboot my Linux box in the past couple of years, where my XP machine gets the "master bus reset" treatment every couple of months. Also SUSE does provide 90 days of installation support, which I haven't had to use as I have fairly extensive UNIX/Linux experience. Overall, if you want to dabble in Linux and either have some computer savvy or are willing to learn this package is more than worth the price!

5-0 out of 5 stars tired of windows?
Lets start this out by saying I am 15, and I'm not a computer whiz..so I was worried about getting this program. But it was sooo easy to install! My computer is very old, so the second delays between downloading it turned into hours..but I let it run overnight, and it downloaded fine. There's so many programs to choose from when downloading, and its really easy to delete and install more programs from the cd. It's really great that linux can run on your computer along with windows because for some reason I can't get my scanner to run under linux..but everything else works perfectly!

4-0 out of 5 stars SuSE 8.2: Good Product, Lousy Support
I liked the SuSE 8.2 Linux, and I still use it until I upgrade to 9.0. However, I was very disappointed with their support. I was given conflicting answers, one person told me that they would give me special attention (because of a screw up on their end, and then I was given the third degree when I asked for the help. I hope that Novell will help them with Support.

5-0 out of 5 stars Probably the most advanced Linux distribution
My first computer was running a *BSD system. Then I moved to Solaris, then to Linux, then to Windows, and now I am back with Linux again.

I have worked with all Linux distributions you can put your hands on. As a matter of fact, I have been working for a European computer magazine, which topic was Linux and Unix systems. Therefore, I am an experienced user of Unix/Linux systems.

Currently, I have four computers running at my place - desktop, server, laptop, and a music box. Before, I used to put a different distribution on each of these computers - Slacware on the server, Mandrake on the music box, debian on my desktop and redhat on my laptop. It was a problem - everytime there was an important bug discovered I had to update all my machines - each one using different tools and so on. This was what got me a little bit mad at Linux.

What I wanted was a one distribution which I would put on all my computers, and which will be easy to maintain and use. I also did not want my distro to limit me in any way.

Then I have discovered SuSE. Currently, I use SuSE 8.2 Professional on ALL of my computers, including my computer at work. This systems allows itself to be adjusted to the need of the user - it is not a server or desktop distro - it is whatever you want it to be!

Also, what I really like about this system is the automatic update feature - just like in Windows. I know that some people do not like it... but I surely do! It is just because I am a really busy man and I plainly have not time to keep track of all the bugs out there.

Some people might say that Linux has less functionality than Windows. Well, this is not true. The 'out of the box' Linux system has much more software then Windows and, to be honest, some of this software is of a very high quality (emacs, adobe acrobat reader, rplayer, mplayer, mp3 ripper and conventer, TV software, lots of audio software, several internet browsers - including mozilla - and mail clients - including Evolution which is an equivalent of Microsoft's Outlook).

Yes - Linux is not for novices. But KDE and GNOME, GUI environments for Linux, are very easy to learn and use. My girlfriend, who does not really know much about computers, recently got a used IBM laptop and installed SuSE 8.2 Personal (with KDE as default GUI) on it. She started using it right away - without reading any tutorial or book! This is how easy it can be.

Anyway... i have lots of gadgets. Color printer with duplex, digital camera, DVD burner, and so one. All of these gadgets work just fine on my SuSE desktop. Well, maybe except DVD burner which is sometimes a little bit tricky to get it going.

Guys at SuSE are doing a great job. Their system could easily replace Windows... and I feel that upcomming SuSE 9.0 will be even more desktop friendly.

I know some people might ask why should I pay for SuSE if I can download it for free??? And I have no answer to this question. But I know I use it on four of my computers and I have been buying SuSE since 7.1 - because it is worth it. ... Read more


75. Red Hat Linux Advanced Server 2.1 Standard Support Edition

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Publisher: Red Hat Software
Sales Rank: 11507
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars It works great
I got this for my neice's first computer. It works great and it has a start menu just like Windows 95. I really like it, I just wish quality linux didn't have to cost so much. Other than that, its great. ... Read more


76. Linux Starter Kit
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Publisher: Caldera Systems
Sales Rank: 10828
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77. Free BSD 4.4

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Publisher: WINDRIVER
Sales Rank: 9412
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars FreeBSD 4.4
With Apple's adoption of BSD in it's OS/X operating system, BSD is more widely used than unix. Recently, Microsoft put up a site advocating NT/Win 2000 as a platform to use in preference to UNIX, but the site ran on FreeBSD! They quickly pulled the site off the net.

This book is an excellent compilation of man pages, with some embellishments. You can't go wrong if you want a rock solid platform for your web server, FreeBSD will fill the bill. ... Read more


78. Red Hat Linux 7.3 Personal
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Asin: B000067FK3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Red Hat Software
Sales Rank: 4267
Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Improved usability
  • Easy systems management
  • Customizable firewall at install

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Keeps getting better!
Previous versions of Red Hat left much to be desired, but with each successive release this distribution has gotten better. In my opinion, Red Hat 7.3 is now the best distribution available yet - easy to configure, robust, and full featured.

I installed RH 7.3 on my finicky Inspiron 3800 Laptop. Every other time I have installed Linux (or any other operating system) I had to download drivers for the sound card, for the video card, or other peripherals. Not with Red Hat Linux 7.3. It detected and configured my sound card without any intervention. My PCMCIA ethernet card was also automatically configured.

KDE 3.0 is included, and is robust. A slew of new applications are included, allowing you to FAX, scan, edit, run spreadsheets, produce presentations, and just about anything else you could think of - right "out of the box." I also was pleased to see that KDE displays fonts MUCH better than in previous releases.

The only thing lacking in this version (personal version, but included in the Professional version) is Star Office or Open Office (which will allow you to read and write Word document files).

Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Microsoft "The Next Enron!"
Red Hat 7.3 is great! I've used Red Hat since 7.1 and it always improves from the version before. Imagine that, an operating system which progresses. It has everything you need: wordprocessing, audio/mp3 players, dvd players, Netscape, and AOL instant messenger. Linux is infinitely more reliable than windows and faster. If you still need windows, it's no problem duel booting your machine.

1-0 out of 5 stars We quickly phased this out.
If you are standalone then you have nothing to worry about. However, if you are on a network and have UNIX machines, there is a really nasty bug with NFS.

Our RH machines actually brought a switched network to its knees.

RedHat as to form said to get the next release.

2-0 out of 5 stars What do you get for $[the money you spend]?
Bear in mind you can download CD images for free. This kit comes with very basic documentation, just a little install how-to, so unless you don't have a CD burner the only thing you're getting for your [money] is entitlement to the "up2date" server, which will allow you to automatically download and install new RPMs and manage your packages online. However, the "free" up2date server is often too busy in the day and evening to accept conenctions from non-paid (this package) support entitlements.

3-0 out of 5 stars Better edition is out.
Red Hat 8 is out, and it is muuuuch better! If you want phone support you need to buy the professional edition; otherwise, you just get email help - which isn't much help. If you are a newbee Windows type of person I would seriously consider Red Hat Professional. Why spend all evening cussing your computer? The only other Linux edition I would consider is Xandros. I haven't tried it yet, but Xandros is the follow on to the old Corel Second Edition of Linux which was a great piece of work. ... Read more


79. Freebsd 4.3
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Publisher: FreeBSD Mall
Sales Rank: 11266
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80. BearOps Linux - Desktop
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Asin: B000068GFZ
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Publisher: BearOps Solutions Inc.
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