Red Hat is a Linux distributor currently focused on Linux for the Enterprise. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is one of the most popular choices for Linux servers amongst enterprise customers.
red hat enterprise Linux is used as a server while red hat Linux is used as client..
Red Hat Enterprise Linux was created on 2003-03-31.
* Red Hat Enterprise Linux is developed by Red Hat. Kubuntu is developed by Canonical. * Red Hat Enterprise Linux uses the GNOME interface by default. Kubuntu uses KDE. * Red Hat Enterprise Linux uses the RPM format for package management. Kubuntu uses DEB.
No. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is simply a commercial Linux distribution primarily used for servers. It was never a nickname for Linux itself.
ext3 is the default file system for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Initially it was just called "Red Hat Linux", but now Red Hat focuses exclusively on the enterprise market with its Linux distribution named "Red Hat Enterprise Linux" (RHEL) with the community version named CentOS (Community ENTerprise Operating System) and Fedora (a Red Hat-supported community Linux distribution)
Red Hat, Inc. is a company that rebrands, supports and distributes the GNU Linux operating system, along with their own enhancements. One of their product lines is called Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
an operating system developed by red hat inc.
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux has a variety of support agreements available, ranging from $349 to $8,500, depending on usage and length of support.
both are different versions. rhel 5 has more features and inbuilt software..
Red Hat Linux was discontinued in 2004 in favour of Red Hat Enterprise Linux for enterprise environments. However, Red Hat Linux still exists as "Fedora", free for home use, developed by "Fedora Projects", though the entire line is no longer commercial and only supported by the Linux community.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux - produced by Red Hat SUSE Linux Enterprise Server - produced by Novell Ubuntu (available free of charge, but has paid support available) - produced by Canonical.
There is no longer a product known as "Red Hat Linux." All versions of Red Hat are made for enterprises. At one time, there was a consumer version, but it has since been discontinued, in favour of Fedora, a testing ground for technologies that Red Hat wish to incorporate into it's Enterprise Linux offering
Red Hat Linux was discontinued in 2003, and replaced with "Red Hat Enterprise Linux", and the free, home-use version "Fedora". Updates were discontinued for Red Hat after 2006.
you can not unistall, you have to format the disk...
difference between redhat and ubuntu linux
I'd go with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).