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Old 08-07-2005, 02:11 AM   #1
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Which version of 32 bit redhat will install on IBM xSeries 366 (64 bit)?

We need to install a 32-bit version of redhat on a IBM XSeries 366 8863-1RY (64 bit m) machine. Any feedback on which exact version of 32-bit redhat OS will install on this machine.

Due to the nature of the application that we are installing, we cannot use a 64-bit redhat version.

Thanks for your help and feedback.
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just asking around the office, it can't be done, you'd need to run something like vmware or bochs (on and emulate it from what the guys are saying ....
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x366 is supported with RHEL3 versions, x86 and EM64T.

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