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Old 01-29-2004, 05:58 PM   #1
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3 Disc Red Hat 9 Vs. 2 Disc "Publisher's Edition"

I have "Red Hat 9" with 3 Discs. I am getting a book that comes with, Red Hat Linux 9 "Publisher's Edition," with 2 Discs.

What is the difference between Red Hat Linux 9, 3 disc and the "Publisher's Edition" 2 disc? Thank you, Chris.
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I believe the differences are in package selection, and documentation. I would get the best book regardless of the disks(if you already have RH9), and continue using the 3 disk set of install disks.
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Yes, I'm still going to use the 3 disc rh 9 I have now. Just wondering what the "Publisher's Edition" was. Maybe it might have something I can use that's better?


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