Posted June 11, 2018 06:16:51 As the Linux system is a work-in-progress, we’re always thinking about the future and this is no exception.
We’ve been working hard to improve the kernel, the command line tools and the Linux console, but there’s a lot to do.
For this article, we’ll be discussing which is better.
It is worth noting that this article is a bit of a subjective one, with many factors weighing in favour of a given operating system.
For example, the fact that we’ve just completed our 1.6.26 release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 is going to make this an easy choice, but if you’re on a newer version of Linux, we would strongly recommend trying out Linux in this environment.
For more information on what is currently being worked on, we’ve compiled a list of the key features of Red Holes and how they will affect the Linux experience in the coming months.
As a note, this article contains all the information you need to know to make the decision as easy as possible.
It’s also worth noting, if you have a specific question or want to make a comment, please use the comment section below, as there’s always more to discuss.