To register your system with RHN type the following command and just follow on screen instructions: It queries the RHN servers to resolve the comma separated list of dependencies.
It will return a list of packages that will satisfy these dependencies.
And ft it tells you model name : Pentium II or model name : Pentium III or model name : Pentium IV you have the i686 cpu.
If you get something else, you probably do not have the Pentium compatible CPU.
Just click on the server to obtain driver downloads, certification and support information.
HPE recommends that our customers update to the latest service packs and security releases from Red Hat.
It might otherwise be temporarily unavailable for technical reasons.
The good news is that you can probably find what you are looking for by searching the site.
In addition, footnotes are available providing more detailed information.
While 99% of packages are compiled for the i386 (since they would not benefit in any substantial way from the extended instruction set), some packages are specifically compiled for Pentium or Athlon for efficiency.
Of course, you most likely have Pentium or Athlon, and you need to install these few CPU architecture specific RPMs by hand.
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It might have been moved, removed, or had its name and address changed.
To access the Minimum Operating System Requirements Matrix click on the links below: PLEASE NOTE: Minimum support includes all future updates of the indicated release unless a maximum is listed.