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[News] GNU/Linux Leader (Red Hat 4.8) is Coming Soon, Beta Out

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First Beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.8 Arrives

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| Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading provider of Open Source solutions, 
| announced yesterday (March 12th) the immediate availability of the first beta 
| version of the eighth update for their Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 operating 
| systems. Besides the usual bug fixes and software updates (see below for 
| details), this development release is powered by a 2.6.9-82.EL kernel. Red 
| Hat Enterprise Linux 4.8 Beta is available for 32-bit and AMD/Intel 64-bit 
| architectures.      



Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3b adds to virtualization

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| Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 (RHEL 5.3) beta has been launched by Red Hat
| Inc. with claims that the companies adopting this shall be able to virtualise
| out-sized and complex operations with appealing ease. For beginners, RHEL 5.3
| beta offers virtualization to run on larger systems with additional memory
| and with more guests per host. There have been significant improvements in
| this release, enabling enhancements in features such as clustering, file
| systems, hardware driver support and virtualization. It will also facilitate
| the intricate applications to link with disk storage and network support
| devices.


X/OS Linux 5.1 Released

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| X/OS Linux 5.1 is now available for public download. 


Red Hat and the Linux Desktop 2008

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| Don’t think for a moment that Red Hat isn’t working on desktop Linux
| technologies. In a Red Hat Summit panel, Red Hat’s Jonathan Blandford, GNOME
| guru and Red Hat Labs engineer, got down and dirty with what Red Hat is doing
| to clean and speed up the desktop Linux boot experience with Plymouth; work
| on better audio performance in PulseAudio, and dramatically improving
| dual-monitor support.
| You won’t see these features listed in a consumer Red Hat Linux desktop. You
| will, if you pay close attention, see these features incorporated into Fedora
| as well as the ‘brand name’ Linux desktops such as Ubuntu and openSUSE. Red
| Hat’s main role in the Linux desktop will be in improving the over all
| desktop experience, not selling a standalone Linux desktop.


CentOS 5.2 released

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| After the usual few weeks delay following the release of Red Hat Enterprise 
| 5.2, the CentOS project has released its Red Hat clone – CentOS version 5.2.  

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