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what is apache and samba?

by Ramchandra / December 31, 2004 8:19 PM PST

1)what is apache and samba?
what is the latest version ?

2)i have 2.6 kernel in my harddisk and now i want to install linux (latest fedora with kernel 2.4).
if i run kernel 2.6 in the linux after installation will this kernel be installed ?
in simple::: will the kernel 2.4 change to kernel 2.6?

thanks for the answers in advance

and
HAPPY AND A VERY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.

and i hope u dont make a resolution this year (lol)
as u r going to break it any ways.lol
lol
lol

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You are not going to learn this way.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 31, 2004 10:25 PM PST

If you don't use http://www.google.com you may suffer someone roasting you about not using it.

Ask that question in Google and enjoy.

Bob

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IT WAS NOT JUST FOR ME
by Ramchandra / January 2, 2005 2:18 PM PST

I ASKED THIS QUESTION NOT JUST FOR ME BUT FOR MY OTHER FRIENDS WHO DONT EVEN KNOW THESE NAMES.I JUST WANTED TO GIVE THEM THE NAMES WHICH R INTERESTED IN LINUX.THERE R WEBSITES WHICH ANSWER THIS QUESTIONS BUT I WANTED THIS TOPIC BE ADDED IN UR WEB SITE(IN LINUX FORUM).
SORRY I ASKED THIS QUESTION.NOW AFTER THIS I WILL NEVER ASK ANY QUESTIONS.(LOL)(WHICH IS NOT POSSIBLE).

ANY WAYS HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE STAFF MEMBERS OF THIS WEB SITE AND TO ALL READERS OF THIS FORUM.

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Take this test.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 2, 2005 8:56 PM PST
In reply to: IT WAS NOT JUST FOR ME

Post that question in an USENET INTERNET NEWS GROUP that is about Linux. You will find that my response will then be the nicest, kindest and friendliest response you'll receive.

If you refuse to use search engines, then you will be very upset with a lot of sites, newsgroups or you will learn to try the search engine first.

Bob

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Thanks
by Ramchandra / January 3, 2005 2:05 AM PST
In reply to: Take this test.

I am thankful to u.

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Apache & Samba
by gmanigault / January 6, 2005 10:47 PM PST
In reply to: Thanks

Apache server is a the web server of choice for the Unix/Linux world. I think they are at 2.??. Samba is a way to share directories on your Linux box with your Microsoft environment.

He is right though get friendly with Google, it is all out there in the ether.

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