Red Hat Linux 9 has been released
by Mirko Zorz - Tuesday, 1 April 2003.
Red Hat, Inc. announced the availability of Red Hat Linux 9. Drawing from the work of the open source community, Red Hat Linux 9 allows users to take advantage of the newest open source technology first.

With an improved graphical installation, new usability enhancements and end-user applications, Red Hat Linux 9 is designed for students, home computing and technology enthusiasts.

The following major components are included in Red Hat Linux 9:
  • Linux Kernel 2.4.20
  • GCC 3.2.1
  • GNU libc 2.3.2 (with NPTL)
  • Web server powered by Apache httpd 2.0
If you're looking for a specific package, take a look at the Red Hat Linux 9 Package List.

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