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The Clone Wars â CentOS vs. Scientific Linux
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| With Linux in the Enterprise, RHEL is king. Sure there
| are people who love and use Debian, or Suse. I would
| imagine that if you looked hard enough you could likely
| find somebody whoâs using Slackware or Gentoo in a
| business somewhere. But I think it can safely be said that
| RHEL is currently the dominant enterprise Linux distribution.
| Then, of course, there are the clones. If you so choose, you
| can forgo Shadowmanâs Support team and either compile the
| freely available Redhat Source RPMs, or choose to use a
| community-supported RHEL clone. Currently, the two most
| popular of those clone distributions are CEntOS (Community
| Enterprise Operating System) and Scientific Linux (SL).
If there was only one clone, what would a user do upon update lateness?
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