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Old 05-14-2006, 10:32 AM   #1
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Should I install Red Hat Linux AS2

Hi, I'm currently using RH9 . I recently obtained this Redhat Linux AS2 disc. Should i install it? Which one is better and is AS2 good?

P.S. I typed Redhat linux AS2 in google and ended up with nothing useful.

Old 05-14-2006, 11:34 AM   #2
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Assuming "RedHat AS 2" is RedHat Enterprise Linux Advance Server (Release 2).

If so, I believe this is designed for corporate use and that you need a support contract to download updates.

Alternatively, if you are using this for home use you might be better off with Fedora Core(now on release 5) which replaced RedHat 9.

Or if you want to try an Enterprise edition of linux, try CentOS which is based on Redhat Enterprise Linux.



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