Download & install software for Linux Mandriva one 09 spring
- date: July 26, 2009
I'm totally new to Linux an have recently loaded and set up Mandriva One Spring '09. However, when I download a new program, such as Thuderbird 2 email, I am not able (or not informed enough) to open and install the zip file. It is a tar.cz. This is the same with several other downloads.
I'm eager to hear from you all.
Thanks in advance.
redhat linux enterprise
- date: February 15, 2014
Hi I'm trying to install red dat linux on vmware fusion 6.0 on mac book.When I try to install through iso image,it automatically uses anaconda.It gives me a screen where I have to set installation source and it keeps giving me a message "error setting up base repository".I do not have network configurations set up yet.Pls help.
TFTP server in Redhat Linux enterprise Server 5
- date: May 30, 2008
How to check if my TFTP server is running in my PC?
When I grep for "69" port number I am ablwe to find the entry.
I have installed thru xinetd package.
Can someone throw some light on this.
Enabling X Windows/Init 5 RedHat Linux Enterprise 6
- date: October 2, 2011
I haven't used Linux in quite some time and need a bit of help. I just installed Redhat 6 and upon bootup, it defaults to init 3. I want to load the gui, xterminal/xwindows but it's obviously not installed by default when the OS is installed. I tried an init 5 and it doesn't do anything.
Anyone know how I can enable the GUI to launch init 5 on this OS?
gvim install on Redhat linux?
- date: May 9, 2011
I would like to get gvim working on Linux Redhat (remote server which I ssh into using putty).
I have vim installed on the server yet can't seem to find a package for gvim or how to get it installed.
Also any other tips on the installation(s) required to get gvim to open locally (I know I need xming to run locally and some sort of Xserver on the server to run, how to install on redhat? a good one?)
Installation RedHat Linux Enterprise Server 4.1 (release 4.1) on Dell PowerEdge 1900,
- date: June 21, 2008
I bought new server for and I try to install RedHat Linux Enterprise Server 4.1 (release 4.1) on Dell PowerEdge 1900, but this version cannot identify the raid driver of PERC6/i. And linux cannot detect the hardisk..i try configure the raid bios still unable to install the linux. Whe using the OMAS wizard its stuck on the operating system installation.."invalid cd inserted.. and no Red Hat 4.1
My current Linux version is below
"Linux version 2.6.9-34.EL ([email protected]
) (gcc version 3.4.5 20051201 (Red Hat 3.4.5-2)) #1 Fri Feb 24 16:44:51 EST 2006""
Could some one help me with the installation guide.. Might be i made mistake or miss configure someting..this my first time configure server with RAID function..or my linux version is not support the PERC6/i thanks in adavance
redhat linux enterprise v6 release 2
- date: March 30, 2012
currently i am using rhel 6.1 but i want to update the kernel to 6.2
can anybody tell me from where i can download the red hat enterprise Linux 6.2
thanks in advance.
how to connect redhat linux as client to the novell server?
- date: August 2, 2003
how to connect a linux as client to the novell server 5 ? is there any possible ..please send me the mail to [email protected]
awating your kind mail
how to install wine software in redhat linux
- date: January 3, 2010
i had a software wine-1.1.35.tar.bz2 and i want to install in my redhat machine how to install tell me steps to install
How to Install tar.xz file in Redhat Linux Page 2
- date: January 3, 2013
One more point. Why not backup any important files from your RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) 4 installation and do a clean install with a modern version of Linux. During installation you will get a chance to alter the partitioning on your disk anyway.
Running RHEL4 these days is a bad idea. It does not receive security updates any longer so it is not safe unless you have a special, "extra" extended life support contract with Red Hat or you understand how to upgrade and maintain the old software yourself, which (no offence intended) is unlikely as it is a highly skilled job and you appear to be a new user.
As an added bonus you will have access to a wider selection of modern applications, which will be easier to install due to advances in package management over the last 8+ years. The system will also be easier to configure and work better with modern hardware, due to similar improvements elsewhere in the OS.
Trying to use RHEL4 if you are new to Linux is just going to make