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Re: New FC6 Installation DVD released


On Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 06:51:39AM -0500, Lyvim Xaphir wrote:
> Latest FC6 Respin installation DVD was released on 2007-01-19.  Lots of
> known FC6 bugs fixed and it uses the latest updated packages as of Jan
> 11th.  If you have had install problems with Core 6 before, you are
> encouraged to try installation with this new FC6 Respin DVD.
> http://fedoraunity.org/news-archives/core-6-re-spin-20070111/
> "The Fedora Unity Project is proud to announce the release of new ISO
> Re-Spins of Fedora Core 6. These Re-Spin ISOs are based on Fedora Core 6
> and all updates released as of January 11th, 2007. The ISO images are
> available for i386 and x86_64 architectures via BitTorrent starting
> Thursday, January 18th, 2007. PPC images will follow within the next 5
> days, but will have had only limited testing.
> This release was delayed while waiting for fixes to known issues with
> Fedora Core 6[1]

Footnote was missing. Was this the i586/i686 issue?

> as well as the creation of a new tool for composing
> Re-Spins. Previous releases were built with a homebrew script. This
> release was built with the new tool called Pungi[2], developed by
> Jesse Keating, a leading community member and Fedora Release
> Engineer, with community input. This tool will be used in future
> official Fedora releases and for Fedora Unity Re-Spins. We have
> joined in this effort to bring a full featured tool to the Fedora
> community, enabling anyone to build Re-Spins and Live-Spins now and
> in the future."

Would it make sense to have weekly builds of such ISOs? E.g. if one
gets this ISO image he will be missing at most a week's updates after
the install.
Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net

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