On Thu, 30 Oct 2003, Marcus White wrote:
Are there update iso's?
On Thu, 2003-10-30 at 09:49, Michael K. Johnson wrote:
> We're at the point of cutting candidate trees for the release, so
> testing current rawhide would be VERY useful.
> In particular, the 2.4.22-1.2115.nptl kernel is a new build and
> could use hammering, and the installer has changed and testing
> the images would be great; nfs, ftp, and http installs should all
> Other packages that we'd like last-minute testing on include
> samba, apache, bind, sendmail, ntp, mozilla, openoffice.org
> and gnome-terminal.
> Be aware that we're looking specifically for SERIOUS AND MAJOR
> REGRESSIONS, not for annoyances you didn't think to file in
> bugzilla before. We are looking for (and hoping not to hear)
> "Monday's kernel works, today my machine crashes on boot" or
> "test3's samba served content, today it doesn't" or that kind
> of thing.
There are internally, although I don't know if they were made
publically available or not. I believe there would be high value
in making them publically available though for some external
final testing, but I'm not sure what the official plan is.
mkj: Any chance we can push the latest test ISOs out for people
to do final/semi-final testing?
(This feels odd replying on bottom to a mail that was replied on
top. Probably looks very confusing to people reading it too.
Ah well, I refuse to reply on top, which is broken, so I'm sure
people will deal with it, or start a "Why reply on top is
considered harmful" flamewar or something. <grin>)
Mike A. Harris ftp://people.redhat.com/mharris
OS Systems Engineer - XFree86 maintainer - Red Hat