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Operating Systems Linux Red Hat where can i get package LiS-2.19.1
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Old 10-26-2007
where can i get package LiS-2.19.1

Sir,
i m using RHEL-4.
i need to use LIS-2.19.1 package.
where can i get packege.
i search on net but not getting
Plz help me to sort out these issue
AMit
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Old 10-30-2007
What exactly is Lis ? Is it this ? Since you have RHEL, you have support.

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