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RHEL 5.5  and White Box Linux Equivalent

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Gents,
I am installing certain Oracle 10g components for which I need RHEL 5.5 on my  box. As I don't have official copy of it I would like to know what distribution of White box linux could be used.

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centos is the equivalent of RHEL
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Definately Centos, good for the updates (perhaps a bit better than Whitehat)
I use it on all my servers, as stable as something you put horses in, and I dont mean a barn!
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Thanks all of you .
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