Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0--The Enterprise Gets An Update - page 6
Enterprise Linux and Red Hat
RHEL4 is a huge step forward for Red Hat and should be a breath of fresh air to businesses who require the stability and support associated with and enterprise Linux distribution, but desperately needed or wanted new versions of the kernel, servers, and applications. If you were waiting for newer features or software to appear in the Enterprise Linux space, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 is well worth a look. If you're already a RHEL customer, run, don;t walk, to your support representative for an upgrade.
Bill von Hagen is the author of numerous books and articles on Linux. For more information about Bill, see http://www.vonhagen.org.
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