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Old 01-31-2015, 09:47 PM   #1
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installation number


hi i want installation number for
Redhat linux enterprises 5.1
 
Old 01-31-2015, 10:30 PM   #2
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hi i want installation number for Redhat linux enterprises 5.1
If you mean a pirated Red Hat subscription number, then no. We will NOT help you, nor can we. If you WANT RHEL, then go to their website and download 7.x, the latest version, and PAY FOR IT.
 
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You can use CentOS instead. It is based on RHEL.
 
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You can use CentOS instead. It is based on RHEL.
Correct, but again, this answer doesn't address the OP's question. They wanted RHEL 5.1 "installation number", whatever that is. CentOS 5.1 is not supported/maintained any longer, so directing them to that is a bad idea.
 
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