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Old 06-29-2003, 04:21 AM   #1
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Does RH9 support dual AMD MP 1600 CPUs?

Total newbie to Linux. I have been a windows person for the longest time and I am concidering in joining the Linux world but wanted to check on a few things before installing it.

Does RH9 support dual AMD MP 1600 CPUs?

What are the big differences from Professional and Personal RH9? Is there a difference?

It sounds like everyone on this forum that switch to RH9 from XP/W2K likes RH9 and has not had any problems running their programs. I was just wondering if there are any other disadvantages that you can think for a windows user... you know compatiblity issues..

Thanks for your help in advance. I am still cruising this forum for q&a so I am hoping to get a better feeling to finally go to Linux. Thanks
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