I received word from my contact at Xandros that they are looking for Red Hat Server Sysadmins for beta testing of Xandros Cross-Platform Management Tools. Xandros recently released version 4.1 of their desktop OS and Xandros Desktop Management Server. OSNews readers make great candidates for this type of beta testing. If you’re interested, read on for the details of the call for beta testers.
Red Hat Server System Administrators Needed for Beta Testing of Xandros Cross-Platform Management Tools
Xandros, today put out a call to Red Hat Enterprise Server system administrators to sign-up for the beta testing of Xandros’ new cross-platform server management tools. Red Hat server system administrators will play an integral part in assuring that the forthcoming Xandros product releases meet the highest standards for stability and ease of use. Red Hat administrators will test new monitoring tools to determine Xandros’ success in allowing administrators to manage multiple Red Hat Enterprise servers on various hardware architectures.
With the Xandros Management Tools for Red Hat, Red Hat server users will enjoy the same ease of setting up and managing their server as those who use the Xandros server. In general, Windows administration expertise is mostly sufficient to operate the Xandros system, as opposed to others requiring full Linux or Red Hat training.
Red Hat server administrators interested in testing the new tools are invited to apply at: www.xandros.com/beta.
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Please find the full press release here: http://www.marketwire.com/mw/release_html_b1?release_id=196396
And it felt disconnected, disjointed.
we were on beta 1 for months and months with no updates, nothing the only thing we heard was “We are working on a new kernel”….
Then once that new kernel was ready, it raced from Beta 2 to RTM in record time…
I’ll pass on this, just as I passed on Desktop 4. They’ve lost their touch.
pass for me…