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    RHEL 5 Most Current Backport List?


    Does anyone have a link to the Red Hat site that would list the most current supported packages? For instance if I wanted to find out what the most current supported version of the httpd package is? I had the link at one time but lost it.
    Oh, specifically for RHEL 5.

    Thanks,

    Ray
    Last edited by RayAID; 02-21-2012 at 02:46 PM.

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    It depends upon whether or not you are referring to ones that have been packaged as RPM files that can be installed with yum, or source packages that can be built on your system. As for Apache, and Tomcat, go to the Welcome to The Apache Software Foundation! site for more information.
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