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Old 01-21-2010, 04:25 PM   #1
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Whats the difference between RHEL 5 Server and RHEL 5 Client?

Hi People
Im studying for the RHCE exam and I practice on a copy of RHEL 5 Server. Everything I need to set up and play about with seems to be available to me from RHEL Server, but I noticed in the Michael Jang book it says that the exams are taken using the RHEL 5 Client version. Am I going to come across any unexpected surprises?
Thanks Kev
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