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Old 21st October 2008, 12:13
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Default How smart install ISPConfig on Red Hat Enterprise 4 instead of other distro is?

Hi guys,

I have a copy of the Red Hat Enterprise 4, at the moment I'm using the Fedora 7. Do u suggest me to use the RHE or download the latest version of Fedora?

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I'd use Fedora 9 or CentOS 5.2. I think RHEL still doesn't use yum, but up2date which is not as comfortable.
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