Guide Line about Linux

Richard Lohman rjlohman at gmail.com
Tue Oct 20 00:05:52 EDT 2009


Rony:

I could not recommend going back to Red Hat 9. Pick up with Red Hat
Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5. Much is the same, but there are some things in
Red Hat 9 that are no longer in use (no need to learn things that are not
being used), and there are important new technologies in RHEL 5 that are in
use today, but are not in Red Hat 9.

There are a number of tutorial documents for Red Hat 5. Try:
http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/ and start with the
Installation Guide and Deployment Guide. I expect if you look around the
site, you will find versions written in your native language.

Best,
Rich Lohman

On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 9:57 PM, Istiaque_Rony Istiaque_Rony <
rony446 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>
> I am new in Linux. I want to know some question about redhat.
>
> 1. Around 4/5  years ago i used redhat 9.0 version and i got some idea
> about
> linux different server but now i am watching there are redhat enterprise
> edition. so please can any body tell me, if i want to start again then  i
> have to start from redhat 9.0 or redhat enterprise?
>
> 2. I need rredhat Enterprise level practical based guide line. where i can
> find out tutorial on redhat enterprise?
>
> thanks...
>
> -Rony
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