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Old 08-05-2004, 12:32 PM   #1
danieltkh
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Enterprise Linux RH ES/AS


Please advise.
Can i use install i386 rpm packages on RedHat Enterprise ES/AS 3.0 ?
Or do i need to complie the i386.src.rpm packages for it to work on ES/AS 3.0 ?
Is there any issues that i would need to consider

Example. http 2.0.50 is already out. but not for ent version yet
So Can i take 2.0.50.src.rpm and compile it on AS 3.0 and install the package ? issit supported by REDHAT ?
 
  


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