Red Hat Linux Personal 7.3 - RHF0087US
It's all coming together. One code base for PDAs to mainframes. Workstations to workgroups. All open. With one open platform for... Read More
It's all coming together. One code base for PDAs to mainframes. Workstations to workgroups. All open. With one open platform for everything you do, you'll leverage existing skills and reclaim control of your technology. You won't do it alone - Red Hat Linux is backed by a range of Red Hat migration services: consulting, training, support, Red Hat Network. Open source technology is fast becoming a competitive advantage for companies around the world. Now companies are building their future on the security and value of open source technology. The migration to Red Hat Linux is happening. Red Hat Linux will lead the way.??The new features in Red Hat Linux 7.3 Personal offer everything needed for a personal productivity workstation, from installation through system maintenance. Minimize
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Product Review Summary
5 Reviews from Epinions.com
Nov 19, 2002
Valhalla, another nice distro.
Pros: Linux! Nice Goodies come with.
Cons: Include beta version of GCC.
Jun 25, 2003
Open source is getting closer
Pros: Superior PC platform
Cons: Not ready for home PC "out of the box" use.
Oct 26, 2002
Code Name Valhalla
Pros: Stable, Installs Easy, Large Driver Base, Very Easy to use
Apr 20, 2003
Not ready to compete for your home desktop.......yet
Pros: available without cost, stable, easy to use
Cons: hard to configure for those not familiar with unix/linux, lack of 3rd party hardware support
Feb 24, 2003
Windows is Still Better for Most Companies
Pros: Costs less, better security.
Cons: Cannot run most of the useful industry-specific applications, consultants cost too much.