Talk:List of Linux distributions

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Chinese distribution[edit]

Where is the Chinese backed distribution? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ceros (talkcontribs) 29 okt 2006 04:48‎ (UTC)

Red Hat[edit]

How come Red Hat is not here but Fedora is here? I would add some of th info, but I can't enter the tech info so I'm not spoiling other people's good work...

  • It's just a list - most of the "tech info" here is propagandist (--------) that should be replaced by hard facts with Comparison of Linux distributions anyways. Therefore, just add it yourself. ¦ Reisio 09:44, 2005 August 18 (UTC)
  • It's mentioned there. Look above commercial distributions. Jaalto 2005-11-24

Solved issues[edit]

Debian Hardened[edit]

It seems Debian Hardened is a project that brings security features to Debian GNU/Linux, and is not itself a distribution. I'm removing it from th list. Tell me if this is not correct. Sether 00:11, 17 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Big svg image bad link[edit]

monomaxos.com is now a porn site. This ubuntu flavor is discontinued. Please remove link

is linux monolithic ?[edit]

linux is not monolithic it's modular it was one of the first popular modular kernels; which can be micro if the user desires. mach uses different file structs to talk to its parts and is written by different people - is it definitely different but not by much if talking about modularity alone.