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Re: [K12OSN] K12LTSP on RHEL 4



Trae,
This a previous post from Eric Harrison;

CentOS has a new point-release. There were so many packages updated
(~250) that it makes sense to put out one more pre-release of K12LTSP
4.2.1EL.

The only change, besides the ton-o-centos-updates, is the "Get
Additional Software" like for Acrobat Reader should now work properly
for installing Acrobat 7.

Give this puppy a spin & let us know if you find breakage:


    ftp://k12linux.mesd.k12.or.us/pub/K12LTSP/4.2.1EL/iso/
    rsync -Pav k12linux.mesd.k12.or.us::K12LTSP-pre .


-Eric

I use the Centos4 pre3 release and it has worked well with the hardware I have (Dell 2850).
Mark

 

Trae Elmore wrote:

>I thought I had heard or read at one time that a version of K12LTSP might would be based on RHEL (or CentOS).
>
>Am I delusional or was that something actually happening on the fringe? I could see the benefit from a stability standpoint and slower update cycle. Particularly now that RHEL is on the 2.6 kernel.
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