Operating System

RedHat Linux 7.2 Review

A buddy of mine introduced me to RedHat Linux back in 1996, on a CD. Until then I had downloaded different flavors across 28.8/33.6 modem, a rather painful experience. After that introduction I have been a loyal follower since. I have looked to RedHat Linux for stability, features, and ease of use. Their latest release, 7.2, is perhaps the best yet.


SuSE Linux 7.2 Professional Review

My first version of the GNU/Linux operating system came to me via a shareware disk that I purchased from a friend of mine. That GNU/Linux version was numbered in the 0.9x series and I tired quite easily in my attempt to get the system up and running. It wasn't until I purchased a manual on Slackware Linux a couple of years later that I was able to get the system working properly and I haven't looked back since.


Progeny Debian 1.0 Review

I'll be the first one to admit it. I haven't touched any variant of the Debian Linux distribution for a really long time. I personally could never get comfortable with the distribution. When this review was up for grabs I decided what the hell. I'd heard some good things about Progeny circulating and thought I'd give it a whirl.


Mandrake Linux 7.2 Beta Review

Linux Mandrake has been my distribution of choice for quite some time now. The Red Hat-with-some-stuff-added moniker has been peeled away and Mandrake is now standing tall against the competition.