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Hi All,
Now am facing the below problem, please give me the solution for this.
I am using RedHat version 9.0, and after installing Zope 2.7 which
requires Python 2.3 I continually get the following message. The system
will tell me some message as "Server Authorization directory
(daemon/ServAuthDir) is set to /var/gdm but this does not exist. Please
correct gdm configuration /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf and restart gdm".The
message will appear in every few seconds.
Need any more information please me to me
Thanks in advance
Balamurugan
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Hello, I'm going to be installing an application on Red Hat ES  
3.something which needs to stay at this certain release #. When I do  
a fresh install of Red Hat ES 3 how do I make sure when I update it  
that it doesn't go any further than that release #.
Thank you,
Romeo Theriault
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