The latest beta version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, has some useful updates and is significantly more polished than the last beta, according to this review. The review has lots of screenshots.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.95 Beta (Taroon) Review
Submitted by Khoo Boon Kiat 2003-08-27 Red Hat 11 Comments
I dont suppose as this is the server product that the linux-rescue feature will be able to access the tape drive?
I thought they were on version 10?
Is the reviewer logged into gnome as root!
This is RedHat _Enterprise_ Linux 2.95, not RedHat Linux 10.
So, no, it’s hardly old news.
This is not a review.Its plane summary
Yeah I know. I mean, like, FreeBSD is already at version 5! How can Linux hope to keep up?
And Windows is even past version 2000! That means it’s like more than 400 times better than FreeBSD, and more than 500 times better than Linux!!!! LOL!!111!!!11
Red Hat wrote Linuxconf in Python with Tkinter widgets as I remember it. This new configuration stuff for RHEL (and I guess some of it for RH 9) looks from the screenshots to be much more integrated in GTK. Anyone know if they are still using Python and getting the widgets with pyGTK or wxPython. Or have they started doing this stuff natively for Gnome.
… for their enterprise product. For the price they charge, I could probably purchase two licences for SCO UnixWare!
I wonder if RH will be slow release 2.6.x kernels for this release. I might consider it since I don’t upgrade OS’s that often but want to jump to the new kernel soon.
what is gcc-ssa? how is it different to normal gcc?