[ILUG-BOM] Red Hat v/s. Linux Red Hat [was:linux]
Rajen M. Parekh
Mon Apr 28 09:28:07 IST 2003
---------- Original Message -----------
From: Mitul Limbani <mitul at mitul.com>
To: linuxers at mm.ilug-bom.org.in
Sent: 28 Apr 2003 06:14:33 +0530
Subject: Re: [ILUG-BOM] linux
> If you didnt knew that you cannot call RedHat Linux, unless you
> buy a box pack from RH reseller channel. So the download version
> has to be named anything other then RH linux, so i feel if
> someone says Linux 8.0, he must have got that printed on the
> Downloaded CD which he must have bought.
You could have a point there. On the following link you would find that
there are different binary packages available for download but mentioned
in a way which I found a bit unusual. For example, it says,
RedHat 8 RPM i386 packages: GTK version (about 4,660,000 bytes)
Linux RedHat 8: GTK version (about 3,532,000 bytes)
Both are different packages with different package size.Now what is the
difference intended by saying "RedHat 8 RPM" packages and "Linux RedHat 8"
packages? For instance, I am using RedHat Linux 8 (downloadable version -
Not a Box pack), which package should I download? I couldn't make out.The
same is the case with Debian packages also. (Debian 3 & Linux Debian 3).
Let me admit that I was not able to search further on the website on this
issue due to time constraints.But anybody aware on this, please enlighten.
The link is as under,
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