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I'm gonna buy a RHEL Server but before i do it, i very much need to be confirmed about some built-in Applications/Softwares which will come along with, inside.

Does it come along with following Applications?

  • Apache
  • MySQL
  • PHP

.. and the versions?

Also if possible, can i know the complete list of default built-in Applications/Softwares inside which will be coming along with?

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Other than bash and coreutils, and a few other very basic things, you need to decide what's installed at install time or through a package manager. Get the corresponding version of centos to the version of RHEL server you're buying, get a VM and check what's there ;p –  Journeyman Geek Jan 5 '13 at 3:35

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Every RHEL comes with that software, as well as their free derivates: CentOS and ScientificLinux.

I have a server running ScientificLinux 6.3 with the following versions of the software you are interested on:

  • Apache (httpd): 2.2.15
  • MySQL (mysql-server): 5.1.66
  • PHP (php): 5.3.3
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Also, remember that for zero upfront cost, you can install Centos which is Redhat w/o the proprietary RH packages. You could explore that release and see if you provides what you want.

Also, for a list such as this, I'd really contact RedHat directly.

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