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to linux or not to linux...

>So, I would like stability, but at the same time, I would like to
>as current as possible with desktop software, (i.e. either gnome
>or KDE, internet connectivity tools, etc.) This sounds a bit like
>an ad for Red Hat enterprise, but before paying for that distribution,
>maybe there are some other options out there for me.
Redhat enterprise is no where near the most current.  If you want that 
stability, try whitebox linux.  It's based off of RHEL.

What about Fedora Core 2 or 3?  They're pretty stable and current.

>BTW, yes, I'm willing to pay for a linux distribution. Something
>I think the linux community should learn to get comfortable with...
There's enough distros out there that unless you like paying for things, 
you can easily get what you want without doing so.


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