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    h**p://***.trustix.com/

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    Hello and welcome aboard!

    The fact that a website is still present doesn't mean much. Since the last version of Trustix was released over 4 years ago, you are going to run into nothing but trouble if you go ahead and try to run and maintain such an old release. Like Irithori, I'd highly recommend going with a more modern distribution and release if that is an option for you.
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    ok then, i will tell this information to my Boss as fast and clear as possible

    thank you for all your help and patience

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    i will tell this information to my Boss as fast and clear as possible
    If the operating systems are going to be used in a business environment as the statement above implies, it would be extremely important to have it kept updated especially with security updates as indicated above. Posting more info on what the systems are going to be used for might get you some helpful suggestions from other members on a distribution that is more current and suitable for your needs.

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    which distro that suitable with server that have role as DMZ server ?which i think the distro must be good in security

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    I'd recommend Scientific, or CentOS. You can add any additional security apps that you want.
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    ok then i will discuss it to my boss frst, hehehe...

    by the way thanks for the advice i really appreciate

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    solution

    I had the same issue, but this helped.

    Use this instead of libsqlite. ftp site : (it won't allow me to paste URL) --
    195.220.108.108/linux/dag/redhat/el4/en/i386/dag/RPMS/sqlite-2.8.16-1.2.el4.rf.i386.rpm

    I found the tip here. http site (again can't paste URL) -- pws.yeesiang.com/go/system/mod/blog/code/redhat_el4_install_yum

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