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    Reza Guest

    a question re Corel linux


    I am pretty new to the game of linux, so I had a question...someone told me
    that Corel linux is more
    built towards being a desktop kind of thing, where
    as if I wanna do any server side kind of stuff, I should
    use Red Hat...

    Based on your experiences, can you tell me whether it would
    be possible to use Apache webserver and Java development on
    a Corel Linux OS...

    any thoughts would be appreciated..


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    Javier Soques Guest

    Re: a question re Corel linux

    I´m not a Linux expert, but I have installed both Red Hat 6.1 and Corel
    Linux. It is true that Red Hat seems to be designed for the server and
    Corel for the desktop, but both Linux´s have server capabilities and for
    that matter, desktop services. I think Corel Linux is easier for someone
    coming from Windows.

    Bye
    Javier Soques

    "Reza" <rkhalili@hotmail.com> escribió en el mensaje
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    >
    > I am pretty new to the game of linux, so I had a question...someone told

    me
    > that Corel linux is more
    > built towards being a desktop kind of thing, where
    > as if I wanna do any server side kind of stuff, I should
    > use Red Hat...
    >
    > Based on your experiences, can you tell me whether it would
    > be possible to use Apache webserver and Java development on
    > a Corel Linux OS...
    >
    > any thoughts would be appreciated..
    >
    >



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