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Postby jmstacey » Fri Oct 04, 2002 6:55 pm

We want to upgrade the Operating systems on all our computers at the office.(small, 4 computers) Instead of forking over a whole hunk of money for a windows we were thinking of switching to Linux. Which is the easiest Linux to network and run a single program over them?
Thanks!
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Postby Hardware Junkie » Sat Oct 05, 2002 12:51 am

Redhat 8.0 is pretty good. I have just got it installed on a laptop at work and it runs beautifully. Everything autoconfigures...
And its a good first time OS overall if your new to Linux.
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Postby Hardware Junkie » Sat Oct 05, 2002 12:57 am

Redhat 8.0 is pretty good. I have just got it installed on a laptop at work and it runs beautifully. Everything autoconfigures...
And its a good first time OS overall if your new to Linux.
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