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Fedora Core Release 5 test 3 released

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official announcement here

 

https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-anno...y/msg00059.html

 

Announcing Fedora Core 5 Test 3

 

* From: Jesse Keating <jkeating redhat com>

* To: fedora-test-list <fedora-test-list redhat com>, fedora-devel-list <fedora-devel-list redhat com>, fedora-announce-list redhat com, fedora-list <fedora-list redhat com>

* Cc:

* Subject: Announcing Fedora Core 5 Test 3

* Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 10:02:42 -0800

 

Forty-four years ago, John Hershel Glenn Jr. is successfully launched

into space aboard the Friendship 7 spacecraft on the first orbital

flight by an American astronaut. Russia had already sent two cosmonauts

into orbit at this time. In the many following years Russian and

America race each other for space superiority. Much later Russia and

America have finally started cooperating in Earth's adventures into

space. Competition is good, but collaboration can by so much better.

 

Today, Open Source stands as one of the ultimate examples of

collaboration. No boundaries, no borders, no barriers. As an example

of this collaboration, we are proud to announce:

 

Fedora Core 5 Test 3 Now Available

==================================

The Fedora Project announces the third release of the Fedora Core 5

development cycle, available for the i386, x86_64, and PPC/PPC64

architectures. Beware that Test releases are recommended only for Linux

experts/enthusiasts or for technology evaluation, as many parts are

likely to be broken and the rate of change is rapid.

 

http://fedora.redhat.com/About/schedule/

Final is scheduled for release March 15. This aggressive schedule makes vitally

important your help in testing, reporting and suggesting fixes for bugs.

Please direct bugs to http://bugzilla.redhat.com, Product Fedora Core,

Version fc5test3. As always, be sure that your bug is not already fixed

by updates and search for existing bugs before filing.

 

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Core/ReleaseFreezeProcess/

During the continual freeze process, very few changes will be

introduced. This is to prevent new bugs from surfacing and to ensure

that Fedora Core 5 is the best release we can make it. Rawhide reports

over the next three weeks should be very sparse. Please do test the few

updates extensively.

 

Thanks to all in the Fedora Project who have contributed to this

release. Your continued efforts are what makes Fedora possible.

 

Downloads

=========

DVD, CD and network installation are available.

Please read the Important Warnings below in this announcement for more

details.

 

http://torrent.fedoraproject.org/

The recommended method of download is via BitTorrent from this site.

 

http://fedora.redhat.com/download/mirrors.html

HTTP, FTP, and RSYNC downloads are available from Fedora Project mirrors

listed above. Note that not all mirrors may be synced at this time.

 

Notable Features of FC5 Test 3

==============================

* Xen, now with x86_64!

* Package selection within the installer has been reenabled.

* Rebuilt again on later gcc4.1 snapshot for performance and security

* Hibernate should be functional on a wide variety of hardware again

(use pm-hibernate to test)

* PPC Install CDs are bootable once again

* Unified SRPM set instead of one per arch

* Lots of bugfixes from Test 2 release testing

* 1600+ Extras packages conveniently available via yum

 

http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/release-notes/

Latest version of release notes are available from here. (not yet

uploaded, will be soon.

 

Important Warnings

==================

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FC5Test3CommonProblems

Please see this page for an updated list of important notes for FC5test3

in order to avoid common problems and troubleshoot problems that you may

see.

 

Have fun testing this release, and enjoy the collaboration

of Linux.

 

--

Jesse Keating

Release Engineer: Fedora

 

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OK, I will.

 

I've never actually used Fedora before, so this will be quite interesting (when the download finishes).

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