Robert Cotran wrote: Hi allJust wondering if anyone has an bootable ISO image of the shareware version of RedHat 6.1? If you do, or know a site where I could download. An ISO image (.iso) is simply a CD-ROM image saved in ISO-9660 format. ISO images are mainly used as source files from which to create CDs. As an example, most distributions of Linux release ISO images of the installation CDs. These images are usually freely available online.
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