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Hello.....

How do I set up a Red Hat v9 Sunfire V60 as a web server?
Can I use Apache?
Where can I get the install?
How do you install it on Redhat?

cheers

Ricky
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sunfire is redhat certified
http://hardware.redhat.com/hcl/?pagename=hcl&view=certified&vendor=427&class=8#list

and on the sun's webs ite it says it is compatible with enterprise versions of redhat like 2.1 or 3.0
But possibly it is compatible with redhat 9.0

If you can install redhat, of course you can install apache, it comes with Redhat or you can get from www.rpmfind.net or
from the source:

www.apache.org

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