Linked by HAL2001 on Thu 19th May 2011 12:28 UTC
Red Hat "Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 is now available. Enhancements provide improvements in system reliability, scalability and performance, coupled with support for upcoming system hardware. This release also delivers patches and security updates, while maintaining application compatibility and OEM/ISV certifications."
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CentOS folks are sitting on their thumbs
by foregam on Fri 20th May 2011 17:39 UTC
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> Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 is now available [...]
...while in the meantime CentOS hasn't even released 6.0, not to speak of 5.6. I'm accepting bets whether 6.1 will be repackaged before Doomsday next year.

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orestes Member since:

Scientific Linux appears to have taken the mantle of leading RHEL repackage, much the same as CentOS took the mantle from WhiteBox Linux.

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vermaden Member since:

It would be good for both projects to 'join force' since they want to achieve the same goal, to create more or less a free RHEL clone as much compatible with the 'original' as possible.

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Worldbuilder Member since:

eh? CentOS 5.6 was released on 08. April 2011

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