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07-13-2004 07:41 PM
chris RH 9 has a bunch of vulnerabilities, which I have been painfully made aware of recently. And since they no longer support it, you have to download all the patches one by one. I am switching to Suse 9.1 as soon as I can start swapping machines.

-Chris
07-13-2004 07:56 AM
HiTechRedneck
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Originally Posted by AbecX
I'll just hack it and install fedora, whats the ip?

I thought it was.....MOVE!
07-12-2004 09:17 PM
AbecX I'll just hack it and install fedora, whats the ip?
07-12-2004 07:11 PM
trey85stang
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Originally Posted by Andrew
The CD images were already downloaded, TRICK!
you heard the man... install fedora core.. ass
07-12-2004 05:15 PM
Andrew
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Originally Posted by AbecX
I Said Install Fedora Core, Ass!
The CD images were already downloaded, TRICK!
07-12-2004 05:00 PM
AbecX I Said Install Fedora Core, Ass!
07-12-2004 04:37 PM
trey85stang
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Originally Posted by Andrew
Is it me, or is the interface so sugarcoated it's just sickening?

Now I've gotta go figure out how to turn off all this crap.

.xinitrc, here I come!

redhat 9 is very bloated... makesure you turn all the crappy services off that you dont need. If you want a tight neat clean system... take a look at slackware. If you want the newbie pretty system.. stick with rehat/fedora/mandrake/suse.

and you wont find much in .xinitrc, /etc/init.d/* you will find all your service files in there.. but use the service manager (gui tool) to start with.
07-12-2004 04:32 PM
Andrew
So I installed Redhat 9 yesterday

Is it me, or is the interface so sugarcoated it's just sickening?

Now I've gotta go figure out how to turn off all this crap.

.xinitrc, here I come!

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