Introduction to enterprise Linux

Tuesday, 6 April 2004, 3:38 PM EST

What is Enterprise Linux? Who has it? What does it cost? Are there any viable free alternatives? These are all questions that this article will address and try to answer.

Enterprise linux is being offered by the three major commercial linux distributions; RedHat, SUSE and Mandrake. Here is what each says the purpose of it's enterprise product is.

By Johnny Hughes at OS News.

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