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> Suse To Redhat, Suse to redhat
mehtabhi
post Jan 16 2003, 01:40 AM
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Sir,
I have a file on the SuSE linux and I want to run it on RedHat linux. How can I do it???
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Hemant
post Jan 16 2003, 08:07 PM
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what type of file it is?do u have a dual boot system of suse and redhat.
little more explanation plz.??


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post Jan 16 2003, 11:01 PM
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sir
The files generally residing on one system have suse have to be run on the other system running on redhat. The files can be of any type like shell file, c file, java..and so on .please tell me what are the corresponding changes that have to be made in order to run them.
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post Jan 17 2003, 09:31 PM
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i think that every file of Redhat runs fine on suse.inluding c/c++(except)
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mehtabhi
post Jan 19 2003, 10:46 PM
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thanks for the reply
but how are we going to run the java file...
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post Jan 20 2003, 06:32 PM
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simply u have to download jdk package that is available for linux.u can run any java file if u have jdk installed in that system.moreover java is called write once run everywhere language.


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mehtabhi
post Jan 20 2003, 10:35 PM
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sir
could you please tell me what are the implementation differences and similarities between redhat and suse. I dont want the differences as the desktop OS. If possible pls tell me the links from where I can get the information.
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post Jan 21 2003, 03:39 AM
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sir,
This time I'll be more specific
I would like to know that
a) What could be the possible reasons of posrting applications from SuSE to Redhat.
cool.gif How this porting takes place on various files like
1)databases: oracle, DB2, Sybase
2)Application servers: Websphere, weblogic, tomcat
3)Custom C/C++ Applications
4)Web servers: Apache, Red Hat stronghold, Iplanet
5)Infrastructure: DNS, File/print, FTP, E-Mail
6)Messaging: Tibco, MQSeries
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