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I hear that installing RedHat 5.0 from CD-ROM is as easy as installing Win95 is this true?

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Well, it's not _that_ easy yet, but it certainly is WAY much rewarding. And less painful, should I add :) . Give it a try, you'll like it.


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Not yet, nevertheless a lot of progress has been made.
Also one has to keep in mind that Linux is not suited for everybody (yet) as much as W95 is.

No doubt: W95 is easier to install but you pay in lack of flexibility while Linux is more difficult (demanding a more informed user) but far more flexible.

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