Talk:Comparison of Linux distributions

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Oracle Enterprise Linux missing from the picture[edit]

Since last year there is another Linux distribution: Oracle Enterprise Linux, based on Red Hat. Now they started with Oracle Enterprise Linux 4, and have released for few week already Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.

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Translations[edit]

I noticed that as the page is displayed, the column "Cost" displays the cost as "gratis" instead of "free," even though I am using the English site. I looked at the editor, and the visual editor suggests that it was automatically translated from "free." The source lists the entries as: 2 opening curly braces, Free, pipe, Gratis, 2 closing curly braces.

I haven't edited much on Wikipedia, but this is the first time I've ever seen something like this and it puzzled me.

I think "gratis" is also an english word. Not sure why it is used instead of "free." BananaCarrot152 (talk) 17:44, 30 April 2017 (UTC)