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    redhat advance+enterprise server download


    hi

    i wants to dowload and evaluate redhat advance or enterprise server. Where can i get the Demo version of this OS.

    is there any ftp from where i can download iso.

    thanx for any help in advance

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    I dont beleive their is a free download, I am pretty sure you will need to pay to get these versions, as they are targeted at businesses and Redhat wants to make money from them.

    Check redhat.com for more details.

    Jason

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    Jason is correct, the advanced server software are licenced based. For short, you must pay for it. Start to look like microsoft!!

    Regards

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    Andutt

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    I don't really think that it's that easy. As I've understood it, they have included some commercial applications by IBM and Oracle and other industrial vendors, so it would be a bit hard to give it out for free.

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    yeah thats true, but cant we get an evaluation version so that we can just check out its feature....

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    It's probably very hard with those third-party agreements. If it's important for your company, you could contacting them and see what they say. It probably has to be done on a per-incident basis, at least. They probably don't have any "standardized" solutions for it.

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