rPath Linux is a Linux distribution built with the new Conary distributed software management system. Conary is designed, based on many years of Linux software packaging and distribution development experience, to automate many of the tasks that have made it difficult to build Linux distributions. rPath's mission is to provide system software that is easily tailored to suit unique application needs. rPath Linux, built with the Conary distributed software management system, is not only a distribution in its own right, but also a base technology explicitly designed to enable you to create purpose-built operating system images using the rBuilder Online technology.
rPath Linux 0.99.6 is now available for download. As we approach the end of our beta testing, we would like to encourage the most extensive testing you are willing to do. Changes in this release: Conary 0.97.1; kernel 22.214.171.124 latest upstream version; dovecot: added default pop3_uidl_format setting so dovecot works out of the box; unzip now handles files larger than 2GB.
rPath Linux 0.99.6 is now available for download.
As we approach the end of our Beta testing, we would like to encourage the most extensive testing you are willing to do. Please report bugs that you find at http://bugs.rpath.com/ or on irc.freenode.net #conary.
Ongoing information on our release shows up on our wiki in real time: http://wiki.conary.com/rPathLinux
Changes in this release:
* Conary 0.97.1
* Kernel 126.96.36.199 Latest upstream version to address CVE-2006-0454
* dovecot: added default pop3_uidl_format setting so dovecot works out of the box (Bug #711)
* unzip now handles files larger than 2GB
Download this release from ftp://download.rpath.com/linux/beta/0.99.6/ or from mirrors as they update; see http://wiki.conary.com/MirrorSites
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