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Old 11-10-2011, 03:32 PM   #1
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Hi, everybody I have been working in the Linux/UNIX security department for about 2 years, I have been getting by with trial and error and I did a attend to 2 redhat linux classes where I was totally lost, hope I can get some insight from this group. Xavier
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Not really sure what your asking but if your looking for a distro as a server centos is based of RHET and the packages are pretty much interchangable. Desktop based on RHET would be fedora which is a good desktop but not always as stable due to quick releases, but still a good distro.
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Everyone here is pretty helpful. Even if they don't know they still try to point you in right direction. Welcome!


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