you can easily find these links after signing up for a profile that's the catch. my question is is there a proper support for the hp DL380 fully stocked i am just trying to get a stable linux server to swap from the Ubuntu i am running now. i am hosting about 130 webpages for clients and 2 backups for local school servers on my network storage. i would like a more stable server version and red hat is my choice however. I will not download or install your product without talking to a \"sales person \" about some of the pro's and con's to swapping this i have a month two swap i have 10 TB network storage two DL380's 1 stand alone dns dhcp server and i have 2 home built file servers i need two copies for the dl380's and that is all. please get back to me asap.
I just signup my account with redhad website for today, the purpose of this signup is that i want to downloadred hat enterprise linux 5 update 5 but still i can not find it in the download page.likewise, please kindly advise me where can i find the needed version to download.
Hi,I am complete beginner in linux.I want to install linux on my laptop( as virtual machine) using VMWARE. I downloaded ISO images as instructed.But when ever i browse ISO image from VMWARE , it says \" Could Not recognize operating system\"..I dont understand what to do now ..Please guide me.
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