Redhat Linux Enterprise edition 6.4


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Redhat Linux Enterprise edition 6.4

Hi,

please can any one tell me where can i download redhat linux 6.4 for training purpose?


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RedHat products page: RedHat Products
RedHat download page: RedHat Downloads

You do need an account to access the actual download url, and RedHat products are not free, you need a paid subscription to use it.

Server based alternatives for RedHat EL (free):
- CentOS
- Scientific Linux

Consumer based alternative for RedHat EL
- Fedora
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