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Old 04-21-2004, 02:08 PM   #1
learningkid
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Enterprise Linux versions and trial applications


hai,

I get a lot of Trial Application CDS, that quote Enterprise Server edition of Linux as requirement.

When I was using RedHat Linux7.2 , I was able to install a kernel module for enterprise server. But the latest edition are found not to support such kernel facilitites.
I havent tried the application trial versions with RHL7.2 since it was very slow in my machine.

1######Could any one tell if latest version of RH supports the Enterprise Kernel.

if not suggest a suitable free Enterprise linux distribution available in CDs (preferably with books) in INDIA.

2#####Is there any other books available than the RHL BIbles... say Mandrake Bible or SuSE bible... in INDIA.

with hope,
a Beginner
 
  


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