Quote:== BEGIN cat /etc/redhat-release ==XCP release 1.6.07-61365c== END cat /etc/redhat-release ==And the above... [by AlanBartlett]
I need to verify by script that someone is using RHEL 6+ I know I can look at the /etc/redhat-release but I need a number so I can do something like:
if [ $ver -lt 6 ] ; then
... do something ...
/etc/redhat-release is text and if it's Fedora or Redhat or other the text can be greatly different.
Any one have an idea?
Here is my redhat uname -a and cat /etc/redhat-release output
Linux hpclnpm.com 2.6.18-128.el5 #1 SMP Wed Dec 17 11:42:39 EST 2008 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.3 (Tikanga)
After running all the .rpm's for OpenOffice it does not work at all.
Can anyone guide me for the above stated problem.
Thanks and Regards
Quote:== BEGIN uname -rmi ==2.6.9-89.0.20.EL i686 i386== END uname -rmi == == BEGIN rpm -q centos-release ==centos-release-... [by AlanBartlett]
I was checking for the Redhat release so this time I used three different comamnds. Two commands gave the same result but the third command gave different result. Which one is true.
I have registered with redhat but unable to get the iso files for redhat 6 or later.
As far as my understanding goes, Redhat desktop edition is free and they charge you for support( correct me if i m wrong).
Which one is best for learning purpose?
Is a choice of redhat 6 good or shall i stick with redhat 5?
What is the best way to get the flavor of linux installed on any server? For example if the server is RedHat or CentOS, I can simply do:
CentOS release 6.3 (Final)
Where do all the other major distributions store their details file? Thanks.
Yes! Sigh! :doh:
Release will be on May 29 now.
I have redhat 5.8 redhat server. I am trying to install controlm8 agent on this server. but getting error..
Port exceeded maximum allowed value.
The fix.Edit lampp and change on line 50:if egrep "Fedora" /etc/redhat-release > /dev/nulltoif egrep "CentOS" /etc/redhat-release > /de... [by heberv]