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i have distro redhat linux 9 kernal 2.4.20-8 and unable to register my self on redhat server
No1. Can any one tell me that ,Is Linux provide still support of udates and regiteration or not
No2.there is any way that to upgrade my linux redhat to fedora with our uninstaling the redhat 9
No3. i have Dual boot on single hard drive windowsXP/linux redhat , Is Fedora support dual boot OS ?. Or not because some one told me that fedora distro have not immage files and it install directly from CD
and if I try to boot directly from cd then it might be Over rite my windows Xp partition this is my Feav
1. I am reasonably sure that Redhat 9 is no longer supported...
2. Not sure, but probably not
3. During the installation, Fedora will give you the choice where to install. As long as you have free space (or simply overwrite your RH9 install) everything will be fine and your MS partition will not be touched. Just pay attention and don't click 'ok' blindly.