[Snort-users] Red Hat or Mandrake?

Steve Ochani jpegny at ...549...
Mon Jan 14 11:43:03 EST 2002


On 14 Jan 2002 at 13:10, CGI wrote:

> My question is Red Hat or Mandrake? Some remarks are
> welcome!

I would recommend Redhat. Mandrake is based on redhat with features added on to make it
more newbie friendly and since you have unix experience you don't need it.

I've been using redhat linux at work for several years along side with Solaris 8 server and its
been working well. It's been used as webpage server, fileserver, weather data processing, IDS
and mailserver.

Also I find redhat to have fast security updates which are easy to find at
www.redhat.com/support/errata



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