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Old 12-19-2010, 07:09 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Jaqui View Post
Red5?

I've never heard of that application.

do you mean the antiquated release of Red Hat Linux 5?
[ if Red Hat had kept the same numbering they would be on version 12 or 13 by now, 5 is extremely old ]

or maybe you meant Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5?
[ the latest version ]
put the boot cd / dvd into the system cd or dvd drive, boot up into the installer andfollow the onscreen prompts.
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This is a great answer to a poorly worded question -- Jaqui took the insufficient/ambiguous information provided & tried to politely answer all contingencies.

OP should have provided a link.
 
  


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