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We are using Intel based machines (Pentiums 75) and want to
install Red Hat 4.0 and run it as a network. What kind of
hardware requirements are we talking about on the workstation side in terms of RAM memory and hard drive size?
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I instaled red hat 4.0 on a comaq pro-linea 75 Mhz 16 Megs of ram
in a 600Mb hard disk, it worked fine for a desk top, if you plan to give it a real use add more ram you should do exelent with 32 Mb of ram, the entire operating sistem with many extras, ocupies about 200 Mb of hard disk, so decide on how much you should need on disk. i am currenrly runing solaris it works more slow because it needs more ram to work properly with 32 Mb solaris is happy.
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