05 Apr '09 01:01>
I saw at a bargain outlet 3 different Linux books, each with Linux versions on CD's in them, the newest from 2006, which is the one I got, Red Hat Fedora and Enterprise Linux 4. They also had another Red Hat Linux and Suse Linux. Anyone familiar with these three versions, is any one better than the other? I got the Fedora version simply because it was the newest, from 06, the others from 05 and '04. They were all about 8$ US, around 40 to 50 bucks new. So is the one I got worth studying or have things advanced too much in the last three years bother having something that old? The one I got is authored by Christopher Negus and the enterprise Linux version says it is a reduced set of Core 4. I want to run audio production software, should I get the full set somewhere? Thanks in advance.