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Solaris or Redhat, which do you prefer nowadays?

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Sep 3rd 2007#178083 Report
Member since: Jun 16th 2007
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Solaris or Redhat, which do you prefer nowadays?

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Sep 3rd 2007#178086 Report
Member since: Jul 12th 2007
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lol, what a question.
solaris of course, if you are a *nix guru.
redhat if you prefer the PITA. BTW: if you really feel the need to wear the
red hat just install CentOS, which is 100 % compatible to RH enterprise,
but is free.

in my opinion there is only one choice: slackware. install it and then lean
back and listen to debates about "gentoo or ubuntu" or laugh at suse
users...

well, i forgot, freebsd is another goodie
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Sep 8th 2007#178117 Report
Member since: Jun 16th 2007
Posts: 71
pixelpanic said:lol, what a question.
solaris of course, if you are a *nix guru.
redhat if you prefer the PITA. BTW: if you really feel the need to wear the
red hat just install CentOS, which is 100 % compatible to RH enterprise,
but is free.

in my opinion there is only one choice: slackware. install it and then lean
back and listen to debates about "gentoo or ubuntu" or laugh at suse
users...

well, i forgot, freebsd is another goodie


I have two servers with solaris 10 11/06 ,

one is the pc intel x86 and the other is a sun sparc enterprise 2.

I really love solaris now. :D:D:D
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Sep 11th 2007#178146 Report
Member since: Jun 1st 2005
Posts: 436
I think solaris is far superior ... If you can afford that kind of set up. Here, on our servers we use Red Hat
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Sep 24th 2007#178243 Report
Member since: Jun 16th 2007
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Rich said:I think solaris is far superior ... If you can afford that kind of set up. Here, on our servers we use Red Hat


yes,

my friend have just given me an "ulta enterprise II" free;

he works on solaris system.

But redhat is not bad,i have a original legal 5.2 old version (3 cd disks)

which comes with the source rpm , runtime rpm & ebook bonus.
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