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The original large commercial beneificiary of [[Linux]] has been Red Hat, which has sold binary related services for their packaging of the operating system since 1993, perhaps the key player in the early years helping Linux become established in the server space.
 
The original large commercial beneificiary of [[Linux]] has been Red Hat, which has sold binary related services for their packaging of the operating system since 1993, perhaps the key player in the early years helping Linux become established in the server space.
  
Red Hat releases some FOSS and some [[Commercial Open Source Software|COSS]] applications.  Their FOSS applications include all versions of their operating system including their enterprise edition.   
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Red Hat releases some Free Open Source Software and some [[Commercial Open Source Software|COSS]] applications.  Their Free Open Source Software applications include all versions of their operating system including their enterprise edition.   
  
== FOSS Applications ==
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== Free Open Source Software Applications ==
  
 
'''RHEL'''.  Resources include:
 
'''RHEL'''.  Resources include:

Latest revision as of 13:01, 6 November 2010

The original large commercial beneificiary of Linux has been Red Hat, which has sold binary related services for their packaging of the operating system since 1993, perhaps the key player in the early years helping Linux become established in the server space.

Red Hat releases some Free Open Source Software and some COSS applications. Their Free Open Source Software applications include all versions of their operating system including their enterprise edition.

Free Open Source Software Applications[edit]

RHEL. Resources include:

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