November 14, 2006
A networking pro lists five reasons you need Fedora Core 6 Linux
As a network professional, I have used various Linux-based systems for many years in troubleshooting and monitoring networks. The wide array of open-source applications made Linux an attractive and cost-effective solution for a variety of network management uses. However, Linux has never been my operating system of choice for my office desktop. Its limitations in other areas and often cumbersome installation and configuration, simply put, left it as a specialized operating system for specific needs.