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Install SAP R/3 4.6B Basis on Red Hat Linux 9.0

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Hi experts, I'm going to install SAP R/3 Basis Demo 4.6B on Red Hat Linux 9.0.
Actually I have the installation CD of SAP R/3 4.6B support for Red Hat Linux 6.1, Can I install SAP on Red Hat 9.0?.
If the answer is "yes", Do I need adittional requeriments?.

Thanks in advance.....
Richard

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The answer is no.  SAP only supports SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8.0 and 9.0 (aka UnitedLinux 1.0), or RedHat Enterprise Linux 2.1.  Go to www.sap.com/linux for more details.
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Does anyone have a documentation on how to install 4.6B on Red Hat Linux 6.1? Unfortunately I cannot find it on the CD?
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