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Old 3rd February 2006, 15:45   #31
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Red hat/Ubuntu/Gentoo, it does not matter where your binary is created. A Redhat system with gcc 2.9.x gcc will run all programs created on ubuntu with gcc 2.9.x. Its the libraries which matter. In that respect linux has been pretty homogenous.
Most of the mission critical servers are either redhat enterprise or Debian.
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Originally Posted by navin
Linux is slowly becomming homeogenous. most people i know have Red Hat.
Most people I know use either SuSE or Mandriva. I myself use Knoppix & Ubuntu. So it's still not homoneneous!

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after all the discussions, the KS virus was a wet blanket after all.....
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