What's the difference between SuSE Pro and Red Hat Fedora and their corresponding enterprise editions?
Both SuSE Pro and RH Fedora have been their companies' entry-level products: not as robust or supported as their "enterprise" products (although both Pro and Fedora are quite capable in their own right) but still controlled by the sponsoring company. Red Hat has announced that they will convert Fedora to a community-based project in the future. I'm not sure what that will mean, as Fedora has been the place where Red Hat auditioned technologies they were interested in including in their enterprise product.
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