[K12OSN] when is release happening?

Liam Marshall lsrpm-1 at shaw.ca
Wed Jul 20 20:50:17 UTC 2005

Eric Harrison wrote:

> Liam Marshall wrote:
>> I would appreciate a definitive answer/opinion on the pros and cons of
>> going with either the centos EL version, or the Fedora Core 4 version.
>> Life cycle/support is not really an issue as in our environment I pretty
>> much wipe and reload from scratch every summer.  If a better mousetrap
>> comes out during the year, I will get it the following summer
>> This is what I do know.  Using the 4.4 pre1 iso's  I have loaded a test
>> server.  Connections from thin clients are fine, and with a little
>> tweak, sound is finally working on the thin clients, at least for the
>> non web apps.  Ktouch has changed a little( no statistics option like
>> the old one) but all the programs I need are there, or I can download
>> (StarOffice, etc)
> Liam,
> Release schedules are posted to the list. Here is the last one posted:
> https://www.redhat.com/archives/k12osn/2005-June/msg00612.html
> The schedule is slipping a little, as is usual for release schedules.
> The 4.2.1EL version is ready to go, it will be finished real-soon-now.
> Probably this weekend.
> The 4.4.0 version has a couple minor issues outstanding. Such as the VNC
> service not being enabled by default. I am also looking into fixing the
> ktouch statistics.
> As the previous release-schedule post states, the pre-releases can be
> upgraded to the final release by using apt-get, up2date, or yum. You
> don't have to re-install. If pre1 or pre2 works for you, go for it. Any
> changes made between a pre-release and the final release will be picked
> up by the software updates.
> -Eric
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thanks, that helps alot

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