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Red Hat Linux

Red Hat Linux is a versatile distribution that can be a server or desktop at work or at home. Everything you need to set Red Hat Linux up as a Web server, email server, DNS server, news server, and more is included, along with software for email, browsers, publishing, calendars, Internet tools, and much more.

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  •  15 Apr 2003 03:27

    Release Notes: This release includes the first introduction of new threading technology: NPTL (Native POSIX Thread Library). Several core components were upgraded: Linux kernel 2.4.20, GCC 3.2.1, GNU libc 2.3 (with NPTL), and a Web server powered by Apache 2.0.

    •  26 Feb 2003 11:57

      Release Notes: This release features Bluecurve, a conveniently organized, user-friendly desktop with numerous graphical enhancements and icons. It also includes OpenOffice.org and configuration tools for system services and settings including firewalls, peripherals, Apache, and networks. Apache, the C compiler, tool chain, and the kernel were also updated.

      •  30 Jul 2002 15:23

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  24 Mar 2002 01:48

          Release Notes: Many fixes and package upgrades, most notably KDE 3.0(pre), and addition of the alternatives system to allow inclusion of conflicting packages (cups/LPRng, postfix/sendmail).

          •  30 Oct 2001 12:36

            Release Notes: Upgrades to all base components, addition of ext3, merging of many packages from Powertools, and lots of bugfixes were added.

            Recent comments

            27 Feb 2003 06:07 mr700

            Re: Still jokin'? It's more than 6 month old release now...

            >
            >
            > Users. If you're genuinely concerned,
            > lend a hand to help ensure the
            > listing is kept up-to-date.
            >
            >
            >
            > Thanks.
            >


            Sure, I will!!! I did not know :( - have to read docs here,
            rihgt ;], not just use.



            Best wishes

            26 Feb 2003 12:06 jeffcovey

            Re: Still jokin'? It's more than 6 month old release now...

            > how do ya get info about new releases - users/authors/automatic web
            > spider?

            Users. If you're genuinely concerned, lend a hand to help ensure the
            listing is kept up-to-date.


            Thanks.

            26 Feb 2003 11:56 mr700

            Still jokin'? It's more than 6 month old release now...
            I saw RedHat 8.0 released today... on the today's .rdf
            news on my KDE news ticker on my 4-5 month old RedHat
            8.0 instalation... wha't is that suposed to mean? Do I live
            in the future or freshmeat are adding RedHat to their
            directory now? Infact how do ya get info about new
            releases - users/authors/automatic web spider?

            26 Feb 2003 04:49 cycomate

            Re: joke

            > is this a joke ?


            seems so. Redhat 8 was released 2002/09/30 and announced today (2003/02/26) on FMII.

            strange...

            05 Oct 2002 20:38 rverlander

            Re: 7.1 has gcc2.96RH

            > the dev branch has gcc from redhat that
            > is their own branch of gcc with updates
            > from the last shipped
            >
            > does it compile 2.4.x ?
            >
            > because they got it working with 2.95.x
            >
            > which is the current "stable"
            >
            > before anyone rants PLEASE be informed
            > !
            > redhat want c to work properly as far
            > as I can tell its broken in 2.95
            >
            > help out for the gcc 3.0 !
            > AMD intel API (alpha) should donate
            > their libs under GPL and watch them kick
            > the rest into touch
            >
            > regards
            >
            > john jones

            The entire 7.x was 2.96-RH, 6.2 wasn't 2.95, it was egcs 1.1.2

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