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Re: Comparison of Red Hat Linux with other operating system

You'll have to hunt it down. 
The areas covered are far too many for anyone to have put together a
document that comprehensive.
No pain. No gain. ;-)

AshokAp@xxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hi everybody!!
> I need some information urgently!
> I want some information on the comparison of
> Linux with other operating systems.
> I tried searching some sites but I couldn't
> get adequate information.
> The comparison should be on the basis of
> following parameters:
> --Range of compatible hardware
> --Minimal hardware
> --Representative cost of minimal hardware
> --DCOM support
> --VB vendor support
> --Oracle vendor support Announced for 1999
> --Average downtime
> --Performance
> --64-bit-readiness (sources portable to 64-bit OS)
> --Office(TM)-compatibility
> --Remote administration
> --Multi-processing capabilities
> --Symmetric multiprocessing(SMP)
> --Clustering maturity
> --Clustering limit
> --IP Security (IPSec)
> --Hardware bugs (F0 0F,div, ...)patched
> --Reboot required for installations
> --Overall user satisfaction
> --Source code readily available
> --Java developer tools
> --Corporate acceptance
> --Installed base
> --VolanoMark 2.0.0 JVM performance
> I need all this information from a authentic source!
> Can any of you suggest a site where I can find any such information??
> Note: I need to prove Linux as the best operating system amongst all!
> Thanx in advance
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