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Dell Optiplex 270 and Redhat Enterprise Linux AS/ES

Posted on 2004-08-23
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I am planning to get a windows machine (Dell Optiplex 270) to install Redhat Enterprise Linux AS or Redhat Enterprise Linux EX. Are these two compatible? For my application I need a machine to run Redhat7.3.
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Take a look here:

http://hardware.redhat.com/hcl/?pagename=details&hid=5543

The GX270 is listed under Certified Hardware.
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