C|Net heeft een hun RedHat vs OpenLinux vergelijking van een update voorzien. Hier een hap uit de conclusie:
Caldera's OpenLinux has done more to simplify Linux than any other distribution available right now. And although Linux purists may sneer at this kinder, friendlier distribution, Linux newbies and even old-school Linux users will appreciate its graphical installer and emphasis on ease. Plus, at less that $40 per copy, Caldera is not going to dent your life's savings. We only wish this distribution let you make at least a couple of free phone calls for support in case you hit potholes during installation.
[...] If you're putting together a mission-critical server, though, Red Hat's your best bet of the pair. Its tech support rocks: You can actually talk to a human being about your installation troubles, should you have any; no waiting for tech support to reply to your email, as is the case with Caldera's standard support package. Plus, Red Hat throws a bunch of server applications onto its bonus CD-ROMs, so you can try loads of new software without waiting for long downloads. Red Hat 6.1's focus is on making Linux work for the IT world. We think it has succeeded.
Het complete verhaaltje lees je hier.