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05-19-2009, 06:02 PM
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: New York
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Cool Redhat, never personally used it very much, we have a few servers at work running it I believe.
Personally I'm more of a Debian guy (more recently Ubuntu, but that's just a bastardised Debian anyway), but that's only because it was the first distro I ever used and the distro that began my love of all things linux
hehe I can spend hours on gnome-look.org looking and testing, granted they don't look as nice or as professional as the mac.
Well Mac does have some minor annoyances that I won't get into. But there are PC ways to do things that are much better than Mac.
I even had to download an application called Steermouse in order to replicate the movement of the mouse cursor to be more like Windows.
One would think that is a trivial issue, but the way the mouse moves on Mac is completely different. Something about the "curve" system that they implement...anyways...that's just some differences...
I don't think I can recall any issues with mouse movement on Redhat....
What I like about redhat/centOS is the commercial support, same with PHP and Zend. So in business, it is a lot easier to drop big names to customers than other OS's..
For example, we tell our customers our systems are using Redhat Enterprise, and they don't even question it...if we said Ubuntu, they would give us weird looks....
I know, it's dumb, but that's business, image is everything...
We all know that practically any form of linux distro can get the job done....
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