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WHERE CAN I DOWNLOAD RED HAT'S LINUX 5.2 ??
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by:elvishell
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What happened to the days where it was possible to find Linux for free?? It seems that it is all about MONEY now. Too bad .
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dighn earned 100 total points
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you can download Debian from www.debian.com:  http://www.debian.org/distrib/ftplist

and you can find all redhat, debian and slackware on
ftp.cdrom.com/pub/linux/
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by:NakedTimeMan
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Hey Elvishell

you wont be able to download REDHAT for free, but id you want LINUX you can still download it from linux.org or linux.net for free!!

Peace
NakedTimeMan


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