Archive for March, 2006

To Deutschland

Monday, March 27th, 2006

When I started this blog it was a “fork of thoughts” from my main blog with a focus on software and linux. So how does a trip to Germany fit it? I decided I would try to take note of the basic differences I observed in computing. Granted Windows is used in far more public […]

Fedora Core 5 Released

Monday, March 20th, 2006

Fedora Core 5 “Bordeaux” is officially released! Please download using the official mirror list or through Bittorrent. The release notes give a comprehensive list of changes. There is also a Fedora Core 5 Tour with some media. Additionally there are some screenshots courtesy of OSdir.
As a warning to early adopters: Some issues in the kernel […]

Fedora Core 5 Delayed

Friday, March 10th, 2006

According to the Fedora-testing mailing list, Fedora Core 5 will be delayed till March 20.
Due to circumstances outside of our control, we’re going to be unable to keep to the scheduled date of March 15th for the release of FC5 and instead are going to have to make the release date Monday, March 20th. While […]