ADM, thanks for providing the link. I will take care.
ADM, now, after reading this, few question struck to my mind.
1st question is that RHEL is proprietary software (as per my knowledge, as
it is not free). So, do you think, helping someone for RHEL is right, as
this will mean that we are indirectly helping proprietary software.
2nd Question knocks my mind that Fedora is a project of Redhat, where Redhat
gives the platform to develop, when the project is completed upto a good
level, it is refined and put into RHEL, and supporting fedora means that we
are indirectly supporting proprietary. After all support is support, whether
direct or indirect.
I expect that I should not to be treated like a offender. ADM, please
correct, if I am wrong or if I misunderstood.
On Fri, Jul 3, 2009 at 11:54 PM, sunil datta<fed...@opensourcenuts.com> wrote:
> Thanks ADM for sending me the such a useful links, I will read it
> carefully, and if in doubt, I will get back to you. In the mean time I
> want to know where can I download complete source codes for RHEL 5.3.
of course all the versions through the updates are present there. And
you are supposed to pick up the version specific for RHEL 5 update 3