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I get 4 cd from my friend redhat enterprise linux As , this ver sion of redhat is free or not I want to in stall it for my database sever  i afraid after ii ise 1 month it need activate key
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by:stefan73
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Hi teera,
It's not free, check
http://www.redhat.com/software/rhel/purchase/index.html


Cheers,
Stefan
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owensleftfoot earned 100 total points
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You can get an almost identical version which is free at
http://www.whiteboxlinux.org/
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by:hhelmich
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Or just go with Fedora Core 1 - it is free and based on RedHat technology.
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by:tolgadalkilic
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hi taera

What is your database server? Is it oracle? Otherwise you can use other linux distributions like debian, mandrake, slackware ..
Or as mentioned, use fedora.
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