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Old 02-25-2010, 06:05 AM   #1
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linux update issue: tikanga release 5.2 not suported


i am using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. my application( say ap1) was runing file. then i installed wine using repository and installed two windows application under wine.

But now when i run my previous application ( ap1) it says " OS 'Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.2 (Tikanga)' not supported." i ahve not updated the OS then how is this problem occure.

plz suggest solution for this as runing this application (ap1) is very important and urgent


thanks and regards

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Old 02-25-2010, 06:32 AM   #2
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i am using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. my application( say ap1) was runing file. then i installed wine using repository and installed two windows application under wine.

But now when i run my previous application ( ap1) it says " OS 'Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.2 (Tikanga)' not supported." i ahve not updated the OS then how is this problem occure.

plz suggest solution for this as runing this application (ap1) is very important and urgent
thanks and regards
Spell out your words, and this isn't urgent or important for anyone here. Don't tell us to hurry, we volunteer our time here.

You don't provide details, but it looks like your app is a Windows based app. You can downgrade the app back to where it was, or try to edit the /etc/redhat-release file. But, since you don't say WHAT the app is, how it's installed, what it does, etc., it's impossible to say what needs to get put in there.

Try calling RedHat support, since you're paying for it with your RedHat enterprise subscription, or call support for the **URGENT** application.
 
Old 02-26-2010, 12:43 AM   #3
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Spell out your words, and this isn't urgent or important for anyone here. Don't tell us to hurry, we volunteer our time here.

You don't provide details, but it looks like your app is a Windows based app. You can downgrade the app back to where it was, or try to edit the /etc/redhat-release file. But, since you don't say WHAT the app is, how it's installed, what it does, etc., it's impossible to say what needs to get put in there.

Try calling RedHat support, since you're paying for it with your RedHat enterprise subscription, or call support for the **URGENT** application.
hi

first i want to thank you and shows my great respect to you and other volunteers who help people like me in trouble with issues,

my application (say app1) is linux application which was running fine. It is installed on linux . Then i installed the wine using the option Application-> Add/remove software->Package manager. then i installed a windows application under wine. After that when i run my previous linux based application(app1) which was running before installation of wine gives error message" Error: OS 'Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.2 (Tikanga)' not supported " .

I do not know the release/version of the Linux OS at the system before installation of the wine.
This error message perhaps shows that the linux OS got updated which is not suported by the application. But I have not updated the OS, then how it is updated? Can the installation of wine , update the OS .

And if has been updated, what are the possible options to bring the system on previous release.

plz suggest
 
Old 02-26-2010, 09:56 AM   #4
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hi

first i want to thank you and shows my great respect to you and other volunteers who help people like me in trouble with issues,

my application (say app1) is linux application which was running fine. It is installed on linux . Then i installed the wine using the option Application-> Add/remove software->Package manager. then i installed a windows application under wine. After that when i run my previous linux based application(app1) which was running before installation of wine gives error message" Error: OS 'Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.2 (Tikanga)' not supported " .

I do not know the release/version of the Linux OS at the system before installation of the wine.
This error message perhaps shows that the linux OS got updated which is not suported by the application. But I have not updated the OS, then how it is updated? Can the installation of wine , update the OS .

And if has been updated, what are the possible options to bring the system on previous release.

plz suggest
Again, SPELL OUT YOUR WORDS. It's "please", not "plz".

And you STILL haven't provided any information. Restating the question doesn't give us any more information.

You still don't say WHAT the application is, so all we know is you've got SOME application that isn't working. Without knowing WHAT is not working, how can anyone help you? "App1" isn't a Linux program...and WHICH Windows application did you install? Where did you install it on the disk and under Wine? How did you install it under Wine?

And again...CALL REDHAT, since you're paying for support.
 
  


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