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Old 07-29-2005, 04:38 PM   #1
arsham
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reinstalling RH AS4


I installed Redhat Enterprise AS 4 , and I think I have to reinstall it , because of bad updating some programs like X server

Is it ok that I restart my computer and put installation CDs without loosing my data?
I have my current distro on a software RAID and I installed some applications that I don't want to loose their configurations

Thanks
 
Old 04-14-2006, 08:38 PM   #2
jinxingvenus
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haha,
i have the same to you. i have configured my rhas4.0 with fvwm,
only can enter GDM application.then everything stop,
but i post many thread,but nothing help me .
so i want to know .this situation ,what to do that i will fix my OS
i through HD to install my rhas4.0

many thks
 
  


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