Linux Guide/Enterprise Linux

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Enterprise Linux is the term used to reference any distribution (distro) of the open source Linux operating system that is targeted to the commercial market — not to consumers— for use on corporate or small business servers, desktops, workstations and mobile deployments [1]. There are several Linux distros for enterprises, mainly:

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