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i am using redhat 6.0, and i want to upgrade it to 6.2.
my question is can i do that by doing it on website??
what website should i visit to upgrade it??
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by:sreeramkr
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check out redhat.com for any instructions. i hope u cant do it thru website
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You can do it that way. Fire up Gnorpm, select all installed packages, and upgrade from the net. It will handle this automatically. Of course the site is www.redhat.com :)
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sorry for putting this comment. dvb can u look into my question please? it is in operating systems-> windows 2000
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