Red Hat Linux End of Life

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Dear Red Hat Linux user;

In accordance with our errata support policy, our final Red Hat Linux
distribution, Red Hat Linux 9, has now reached end-of-life for errata
maintenance.  This means that as of today May 1, 2004 we will not be
producing new security, bugfix, or enhancement updates for this product.

We'd like to take this opportunity to remind you of the options
available to you for migrating your Red Hat Linux implementations.

>>> For businesses, governments, or those looking for a stable
Linux that provides updates and support for up to 5 years:
try Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

>>> For developers or technology enthusiasts looking to contribute to 
new Linux and open source technology developments:
try the Fedora Project.

Use the Red Hat Linux Migration Resource Center to find the Red Hat
solution best suited for your needs:

The errata support policy, as well as our current errata and advisories,
are available from

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