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RHEL 5.5 - Operating System Installation

Is it possible to customize versions of packages like "binutils , Glibc , libstd .." while installing the operating system??
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how can I add a path permanently [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are PATH and other environment variables, and how can I set or use them? Every time I open my secureCRT window,I need to run the below to export the path..is there ...
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ssh key permission denied failure

I have done so much of googling on this but just couldn't find the exact answer,there are many threads on this, all of them point to check for file permissions or $HOME directory which are right in my ...
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Stuck while connecting to a linux machine

I am trying to connect to my linux machine using and it kind of connects but the prompt is stuck here,any inputs on what is wrong here?also there was build running that is just stuck...so I tried to ...
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root vs Administrator vs SYSTEM

When comparing the various linux distributions with Windows' software, what is the fundamental difference in terms of levels of access with the administrative accounts? I always thought that the ...
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General administrator/deploy user permissions on centos

I'd like a user who is capable of managing the files of other users, but still must run sudo to access those files and functions outside of a /home/directory. Is such a user/group already defined in ...
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What is the '+' at the end of long listing format? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is the + at the end of Unix permissions in a long listing format? Here's an example drwxr-xr-x+ 6 reza reza 204 Mar 5 20:23 .ssh/ Although I am the ...
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Typical Network Troubleshooting Interview [closed]

I've had a network troubleshooting question asked to me a few times in interviews, that went along the line of: Q: You are sitting in front of your computer (in a corporate setting) and trying to ...