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Hello,

I am just wondering if anyone knows if OSCAR is capable of being run on Red Hat Fedora 5?  If not, does anyone know of an equivelant???

Thanks,

Paul
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there is an FC5 version listed for download here:

http://oscar.openclustergroup.org/filebrowser/49/trunk

that would lead me to believe that if it is not currently working, it's at least "in process" and available for testing.
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cool man, thanks!
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