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Old 03-08-2006, 02:56 PM   #1
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i want to know if can i install big brother for Red hat 7.3 on FEDORA CORE 4


sorry .. i want to change my monitor server
it use System Big Brother but i have to actualize
(update) the version of linux

i was thinkig about red hat 9 .. but i found thjat is old version too...

now .,.. if there isnt new versions of red hat

can i use fedora core?
do i have to change some thing?
thnks..
 
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