Zenwalk 4.6 "Red Pill" Release Candidate 1 Released
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 29, 2007
JP and co. quietly leaked the RC1 ISO of Zenwalk May 24th, and it has yet to show on DW, or in its own topic in the Zenwalk forums for that matter. Can't wait for the final release! What's notable is that this is hosted on Zenwalk, and it's the first time I can remember them hosting any of their software on their own.
Zenwalk 4.6 RC1 Image and MD5Sum (directory)
Zenwalk 4.6 Beta 1 "Red Pill" Released
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 30, 2007
Message from Jean-Philippe Guillemin, lead developer of Zenwalk.
The BETA1 version of Zenwalk 4.6 "Red pill" introduces public beta releases of Zenwalk GNU Linux. Main changes in this release are :
- Kernel 2.6.21, with kvm support
- a new toolchain, featuring a new glibc and gcc so that most packages have been rebuilt,
- XFCE 4.4.1 with new plugins, and system notifications (for example, udev now send user notifications about hotplugged devices),
- Firefox 18.104.22.168, Thunderbird 22.214.171.124,
- Many improvements in the base system and admin tools.
You will notice that Zenwalk installer has been simplified a lot, making it one of the simplest setup available in the GNU Linux world.
You will also enjoy faster boot times, resulting from the highly parallelized and optimized init system.
The full changelog is available here : http://www.zenwalk.org/modules/news/...php?storyid=45
Please report any bug or missing feature, so that we can stabi
Apple Is The Blue Pill, Ubuntu Is The Red Pill!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 4, 2014
Hi guys,i wrote this article titled "Apple Is The Blue Pill, Ubuntu Is The Red Pill!"
And figured i'd post it here so that you guys can enjoy it aswell
So. You think you've escaped. You think you've found the truth. You won't do what they tell you; you won't use Windows. Apple finally gave you the freedom you need to take full advantage of your tech systems.
News-flash: You're still in the Matrix. But don't worry. We can get you out. I've got two pills here. Choose. If you take the blue pill, you can keep using Apple, think that it's normal, and go about living your life. If you take the red pill, you can discover Ubuntu; you can find out what tech freedom really is.
You can read the rest of the article here: http://puffingdev.com/apple-is-the-b...-the-red-pill/
I will be writing more Ubuntu related articles in the future. Trying to convert as many people as i can
Thx for reading and please give me some feedback.
Ubuntu Vs Red Hat
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 19, 2011
Ive tried both Red Hat 5.0 and Ubuntu.
Ive heard Red Hat is more robust and secure, although I dont see how I can go back to red hat once that Im so used to Ubuntu 10.04+ (Currently 11.04)
People still say Red Hat is the leader, all servers in red hat..
Is it true..
If so, why?
Red Hat vs Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 8, 2007
I'm about to make a choice between servers and I need an honest, UNBIASED opinion. Which Linux is better for server software, Red Hat or Ubuntu. Right now I know the layout of Ubuntu and its free. But redhat seems to know what it is doing and its only $80(I say only $80 because I think of the cost of servers for Mac and Windows).
So what should I go with? Red Hat or Ubuntu. What are the real pros and cons.
Red Hat/Fedora Vs Ubuntu For My Career Use
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 5, 2008
I want to work with GNU/Linux for the rest of my life, and I want to know which distro will help me in the future. I really like Ubuntu, but if getting Red Hat certified will make me more money/give me a better understanding of what companies want on their servers I will learn that.
So, any professionals out there? What did you learn and make money off of?
Oh just for clarification, I would like to focus my skills in networking, whether it be in a local or world wide sense.
Let's not turn this into a bashing thread. Keep it professional.
Drunken Fight: Debian Vs Red Hat//Fedora Vs Slackware Vs Ubuntu Vs SuSE Vs Linux Mint
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 24, 2007
If Red Hat, Fedora, SuSE, Slackware, Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint were all drunk at a bar and had a fight, who would win?
Red Hat (Fedora) vs Debian (Ubuntu)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 10, 2008
Okk, red hat is rpm based package management, and debian uses apt and .deb. Debian and Red Hat are server (mainly) with Ubuntu (yes I know its a totally different project based on debian, but could be considered the user friendly debian) and Fedora the desktop equivilants. So, what is the real differnces, cos im really confused. Had most experiance with Debian based systems through Ubuntu mainly. DOes the IT inductry use red hat/fedora though and how do the usability of both the command line and GUI really differ?
Any thoughts - begin the flame!
LXer: DistroWatch Weekly: Debian "etch" update, Red Hat vs Novell, Ubuntu For NonGeeks
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 11, 2006
Published at LXer:
Welcome to this year's 37th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! With many of the major distributions in the final stages of their development work, this is possibly the most exciting period of the year. It shouldn't be long before the new versions from Slackware and Mandriva are released, with Fedora, openSUSE and Debian following shortly. Mandriva Linux 2007 is now starting to look really good, while Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 "etch" is shaping up to be a real breakthrough for the largest Linux distribution project. Fedora Core is also getting a complete makeover - at least in the look and feel department. This issue is devoted to all the upcoming new releases, with further news covering the availability of KDE 4 packages for Kubuntu, a new major version of GParted LiveCD, and an interesting interview with the developers of PC-BSD. In our latest book review, we'll take a quick look at Ubuntu Linux For Non-Geeks by Rickfort Grant. Happy reading!
LXer: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 vs. Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 29, 2012
Published at LXer:
For some results that are more interesting than the recent RHEL / Oracle / CentOS / Scientific Linux comparison, here are some benchmarks pitting Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 against a development snapshot of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on three different systems.
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