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Learning RHEL Networking by Andrew Mallett

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Fedora

We can say that Fedora is the home version of Red Hat. Although we have marked this as a home version, Fedora ships in a server version and it's your choice as to how and where you use Fedora. The support for newer laptops and the latest hardware is going to be far greater. This then often makes it a target for home users and enthusiasts. The current version is Fedora 21 and uses almost all the very latest kernel with version 3.17.4-301.

The other advantage of using Fedora, even if not in a production format, is that you become familiar with technologies. These technologies will become enterprise-ready at some point. In this way, you will learn as the product is developed. For example, RHEL 7 is based around Fedora 19 and 20. If you have ...

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