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Old 10-02-2002, 07:26 AM   #1
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Is Red Hat 8.0 neat ??


Has someone tried RedHat 8.0?
Does is have something in it (new)?
 
Old 10-02-2002, 07:39 AM   #2
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search around the forums this was posted up in the Distrobution area before, or check out the latest screenshots from Red Hat, i'm sure they would have some up

Garry
 
Old 10-02-2002, 07:42 AM   #3
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Here's a list of "What's New" that I recieved in email.


* A new interface -- a user-friendly desktop with graphical enhancements and improved menu organization.

* The latest Gnu Compiler Collection, gcc-3.2, and a specially tuned and tested high-performace kernel, 2.4.18.

* Cutting-edge web server technology powered by the latest release of Apache, 2.0.

* Updated graphical configuration tools that make setting up a Linux server a truly point-and-click experience.

* A single interface for package selection during and after
installation

* Enhanced personal security, featuring a point-and-click firewall
tool to protect your system from Internet intruders.
 
Old 10-02-2002, 10:16 AM   #4
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moved: more suited in the distro forum. lets try to ask questions in the proper forums. lets try not to make the Linux - General forum the one-place-to-stop-at-and-start-your-new-thread-no-matter-what-the-question-is.
 
Old 10-02-2002, 03:11 PM   #5
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What problem does Mr. Moderator have to general questions being asked at the general forum?
Besides whats the point being sooooo rude particularly since U suggest U are the moderator?
If U'd notice I am a newbie and well did not know that I could discuss anything other than Slackeware at the Distro forum.

ThanX


And what makes U think General forum is not the one-place-to-stop-at-and-start-your-new-thread-no-matter-what-the-question-is.
 
Old 10-02-2002, 03:14 PM   #6
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Originally posted by yadavankur
What problem does Mr. Moderator have to general questions being asked at the general forum?
Besides whats the point being sooooo rude particularly since U suggest U are the moderator?
If U'd notice I am a newbie and well did not know that I could discuss anything other than Slackeware at the Distro forum.

ThanX


And what makes U think General forum is not the one-place-to-stop-at-and-start-your-new-thread-no-matter-what-the-question-is.
How about lets not complain about it and just move on and respect the Moderator and their decisions.
I wasn't directing that to you, I was directing it to everyone that reads it. Its gettting very tiresome to see the same questions asked over and over again and again in the Linux - General forum.
If we wanted everything to be in the Linux - General forum, geez you think we wouldn't have all these other wonderful forums but just one big one.

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