Freebee RH Releases...

Rocky McGaugh rocky at atipa.com
Mon Nov 3 18:31:03 EST 2003


I can hold my tongue no longer.

Most of us are faced with similar problems.

Several groups are in process of making a freely distributable OS
for scientific use.

The cAos project (http://www.caosity.org) is one such, and one that I feel 
is worth looking into.

The website does not reflect their expanded goals as well as it could. 
cAos seeks to fill many needs. There will be four main flavors of cAos
to match the needs expressed by the community.

They are best described here:

http://caosity.org/pipermail/caos/2003-September/000385.html


cAosel-2 will be built from the SRPMS located at:

ftp://ftp.redhat.com/pub/redhat/linux/enterprise/3/en/os/i386/SRPMS

It is not yet ready for release, but it is close. It should provide a
long-term base that will be great for use in clustering and server
environments. There will be x86, x86_64, and ia64 versions.

Other flavors of cAos will provide a good base for scientific desktops.


-- 
Rocky McGaugh






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