Originally Posted by L3l00
No I have not, I'll check them out. Personally prefer sticking with Fedora (just my thing) if absolute must, Ubuntu or Debian.
Fedora has a very short life cycle and is unstable (for the most part)... TOTALLY INAPPROPRIATE for running production servers.
Fedora ***IS*** Redhat. Basically. Redhat produces the bleeding edge distro Fedora as an R&D unstable/testing platform, code that tests well in Fedora gets pushed into RHEL after it is considered SANE TO USE in a production server.
So what you'll be getting with RHEL is, for all intents and purposes, STABLE LONG TERM SUPPORT FEDORA.
You should also look at CENTOS, which is a "free" 100% binary compatible version of RHEL.
I did however come across some that look amazing!
ATS (Probably going to go with this because it has an Android App Capatibility!)
Right... I don't know anything about POS, but what I mentioned above regarding platform stability is CRITICAL. You definitely don't want to take a security update that brings down your server and puts your business... out of business... for the days that it takes you to track down the problem.