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Protected: 2007/05/16 Secret Password Post #3: Sad :( News!

Wednesday, May 16th, 2007

here is an excerpt from distrowatch Weekly about Fedora Core 7:

Fedora 7

Josh Boyer has announced a slight delay in the development of Fedora 7. Originally scheduled for May 24th, it will now be made available a week later, at the earliest: “We do not have a rawhide repository available as of yet, and the release and QA teams are not comfortable going into deep freeze at this point. During the Release team meeting yesterday, it was decided to slip the deep freeze date by a week at least. This will also slip the final release of Fedora 7 by at least a week.” Read more in this mailing list post.

Hopefully it will be out before June! Since that is when I will have most of my school work wrapped up! I am also almost done CCNA 2. I finished Mod 11 on Monday. I will most likely wait till next week most likely monday May 21st to do the final. I will be studying for a while so please do not expect long posts as these are the ones that are going to be done during study time!

cheers to linux!
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Protected: 2007/05/15 Secret Password Post #2: Giant News!

Tuesday, May 15th, 2007

Well round 2 of the Secret Password Post: I hope you still can use that Leet-Key Extension for this since the next few posts will be Secret Password Post 3,4,5, and 6. This is Big news from Distrowatch.com and some important news:
Fedora Let’s start the news section with an interesting post published on several Fedora and Red Hat mailing lists. Entitled Fedora 7 — what, when, and why, Max Spevack has summarised the recent happenings in the Fedora Project, particularly around the upcoming Fedora 7. The author reminds us that, because of the merge of the “core” and “extras” repositories, the new release will no longer bear the word “Core” in its name. Among other interesting points of the message is the fact that the entire Fedora toolchain is now free software, which makes it possible for anybody to create highly customised editions of the distribution. Spevack also mentions the official live media, KVM virtualisation, and the usual package upgrades, as valid reasons for trying out the new release. The post is worth a read as it signals a new, more aggressive drive of the Red Hat and Fedora developer community to increase the adoption of the distribution.

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Red Hat The message mentioned in the above paragraph also touches on the ongoing Red Hat Summit in San Diego, which has been a source of many interesting news releases of the past week. One of the more exciting among them — at least from the perspective of the future of Linux on the desktop — was the press release about Red Hat Global Desktop, a new desktop Linux initiative designed predominantly for emerging markets. According to this report by DesktopLinux.com, “the Global Desktop is not just a consumer version of the recently released RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) Desktop 5. The Global Desktop will be based on the lessons Red Hat has learned from its involvement in the OLPC (One Laptop per Child) project.” Is Red Hat finally changing its long-standing conservative view of the consumer desktop Linux market? It’s about time!The Secret Password needs two decodings of something so be wary.

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Protected: 2007/05/11 Secret Password Post

Friday, May 11th, 2007

if you can read this. that is good. since you probably had to use a text transformer like leet key extention for your FireFox. anyway Todays Post is going to talk about the Release Date of Fedora Core 7.

IT has been decided that on May 31st of 2007, the Redhat underling has now been scheduled for release. I have seen Fedora Core 6 and tried it for a little while and then my Virtual Machine went down and since my sister deleted it, I have no way to get it back, since then I have been meaning to try the Fedora Core 7 which I will get on the 1st of April or maybe the 31st of May… Who knows.

that is all for today.

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