Reported at ZDNet: "Four versions of Linux have become more capable operating systems than the
lowest-ranked version of Unix, according to a new study. An analysis by D.H. Brown Associates ranked SuSE's Version 7.2 at the top of the heap, with a
"good" rating. Red Hat 7.1 was a notch behind, but still earning a "good." Caldera International's
OpenLinux 3.1 and Turbolinux Server 6.5 managed only "above average," but still ranked better
than Caldera's UnixWare, the study found."
September 27, 2001