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- Join Date
- Oct 2010
fedora vs rhel
now i have installed fedora 13 on my laptop cause of wi fi problem on rhel
but i want to ask , will fedora work like rhce
i think it is not working like rhce so how can i handle it,commands are not running properly
even iam not able to open /root folder and i can't open yumrepos.d file.
now, what can i do?????
->what is the actual difference between rhel and fedora,iam asking because i want to learn rhel
->if i buy a new version of rhel than is it possible that wi fi will work.
->what will be the cost of latest stable version of rhel for laptop.
->in india,from where i can bought it.
- Join Date
- Apr 2009
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RHEL is an enterprise-class OS so the packages it runs are well tested, but not bleading edge. Fedora is basically the testbed for RHEL so it will be more up-to-date, but unstable - not suitable for enterprise applications that have to run 24x7. It is suitable for desktop purposes, however. Fedora is running the latest kernels and applications, so it supports a lot more current hardware such as WiFi, bluetooth, webcams, etc.
So, if you want the latest and greatest of desktop environment and broadest hardware support, then run latest Fedora versions. If you want a stable server for business applications that has to be highly reliable and secure, then run RHEL or one of it's clones such as CentOS or Scientific Linux.Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!
yes, it will, coz' it's the that's RedHat supported community version, following which new features are added in every RedHat release.
/root and yumrepos.d files are preety much there in both.