if you are trying to get the goog chrome/chromium browser to work on your red hat desktop you might like to try prebuilt iridium browser instead
howto install openoffice 3.4 on centos 6, red hat 6 and oracle enterprise linux 6
- download openoffice 3.4 rpm tgz from http://www.openoffice.org/download/
- cd en-US/RPMS
- yum –nogpgcheck localinstall *.rpm
- yum –nogpgcheck localinstall desktop-integration/openoffice.org3.4-redhat-menus-3.4-9590.noarch.rpm
enjoy however this will not work for oracle enterprise linux 5 you’ll need to use ooo 3.3 instead
From the Red Hat Open Shift FAQ:
I have deployed my app, but I don’t like telling people to visit <my_app>-<my_namespace>.rhcloud.com so how can I set up my own domain name to point to my app?
You can now use your own Domain name to access your application.
You just need to:
Your can make your Red Hat 5 & Red Hat 6 Enterprise Linux machines more secure by hardening the OS and/or disabling IPv6
NING GNU/Linux/Ubuntu Groups of Groups
The Red Hat Enterprise SRPMS and Enterprise Update SRPMS can be found at
Why You Should Consider Moving from Red Hat to OpenSolaris
Since VMware have just released a new version of VMware Server that fixes a problem with Red Hat 7 guests :
I can only assume that one of their customers that pays for VMware support is still using Red Hat 7 !
SalesForce v SugarCRM
Live Demo SugarCRM Red Hat
Virtual Machine SugarCRM Red Hat Eval