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Fedora or redhat?
Which is better?
Also can you use redhat after the 30 day subscription ends...?
you can use it.. you just wouldn't get the updates
You may want to check out CentOS, it's a free, rebranded version of RHEL.
My opinion will be biased since the only Linux distro I ever used is Fedora. Frankily, I love it. It's easy to use and stable for my use.
As others have said, give CentOS a look. It's red hat enterprise without the copyright infringing trademarks/software on it. Stable and you won't have to upgrade every six months to a new version of Fedora. We run 23 CentOS servers and not one problem from the OS itself yet.
I am very biased towards CentOS nowadays, been using Centos 3.4, but the latest Centos 4 looks extremely delicious, just that Selinux seem to be giving some problems to some programs.
Centos is a good server end flavour.
Personally I dont prefer Fedora for a server.
Well, If you have the money go with red hat enterprise. But if you don't have the money go with centOS. A lot of datacenters seem to be using this. But, if you prefer fedora, go with fedora core 3