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Re: Now OT: RE: stable?
lør, 13.12.2003 kl. 20.22 skrev firstname.lastname@example.org:
> You can't legally download the RHEL AS/ES/WS ISOs without paying Red
> Hat. The ISOs contain non-GPL bits. You can however download the
> source RPMs from their FTP site and recompile 99% of it yourself.
I checked this out too, and it seems the ISOs are *not* available for
general download - mine are paid for.
However, as another alternative: RedHat now has an educational version
for $50 - that's effectively ES3 with a somewhat modified kernel
(includes amd64, if I've got it right). In fact, I compiled my own
2.6.0-test9 kernel.org kernel, since I need ACPI power control and the
RH kernel doesn't have it.
mail: billy - at - billy.demon.nl