> Note that Open Source DOESN'T imply FREE (as in zero cost). Many people
> make that mistake. Try getting Red Hat Linux for free. :) It's open
> source. If you want the "zero cost" version you have to get Fedora...
> not Red Hat. :) Other examples abound.
Fedora is not quite Red Hat. One can get the Red Hat sources for no
cost and build them himself, but you are correct that the binaries are
not available from Red Hat. CentOS does take the Red Hat code and
provide binaries, however, so it is closer to Red Hat than Fedora is.
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