enie, menie, mine, moOriginally Posted by LinuxN00b
make a choice, no one is going to think any different of you for it
redhat is fine for a starter
6.2 is quite old, it might be better if you found a book that came with 7.3 or 8.02) Should i still get that book and isntall the latest version of Linux Red Hat 8.0 or the one that comes with it (6.2)?
different linux 'distros' are put out by different groups of people. some are by companies, like redhat and mandrake, while otheres are community efforts - like debian3) what are the difference bettwen Red Hat, Suse etc, is it the users interface or GUI?
a linux distro is basicly the latest versions of a whole lot of programs, so redhat 8 will have far newer and sometimes better technology than 6.24) What are also the difference betwen the versions of Linux )i.e 6.2 and 8.0), are they just patches and fixes or new version like Win95, Win 2000 etc?
you're quite welcomeThanks in advantage and God bless you.