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Confused. Linux WS, ES, AS

leo donahue
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If you go to this link you will notice that under the installation section, you can setup your Linux 9 Professional three different ways. Is this what is meant by the different versions mentioned here? I'm asking because I want to download the RedHat Database 2.1 and it says that I have to have an Advanced Server version or an older version of Linux as noted here.
If I've downloaded the Linux 9 Professional, do I have everything I need for the Database software or do I have to buy the Advanced Server version?

Thanks, leo
Tim Holloway
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Red Hat Database is just their version of PostgreSQL. RH9 Pro comes with PostgreSQL and MySQL.

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