Red Hat Linux Operating System
Red Hat Linux was a very popular based operating system of Linux assembled by the company called Red Hat. This operating system first edition was called Red Hat Linux 1.0 also known as Red Hat Commercial Linux and was released on November 3rd of 1994.
This version of Red Hat was known as the first Linux distribution to use RPM packaging format. The RPM is a package management system. This based OS has served as the start point for other operating systems such as Yellow Dog Linux and Mandriva Linux. Both operating systems can be found online. Red Hat Linux version 3.3 is known as one of the first distributions of this company that support linkable and executable format instead of the older format called "a.out".
Red Hat Linux was developed inside the facilities of Red Hat, with feedback from users that provided contributions and bug reports for the software package. This OS is available for servers and desktops. Nowadays online companies such as an online pharmacy used Red Hat Linux as their base operating system for their products an effective service when a customer wants to buy on the World Wide Web.
Red Hat Linux has available academic version of the operating system. This version is offered to students and schools, which cost less and as an extra option includes technical support by Red Hat. Red Hat Enterprise Linux has in total five versions of the operating system.