Wednesday Red Hat announced their second update to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. This minor release tagged ‘5.2’ contains some improvements in Virtualization and a few areas specific to the desktop and laptop installations.
You can review their press blog about the 5.2 release here.
Recently a friend and I were talking on the phone and in the course of our conversation I asked him if he has tried Fedora. He explained to me that he meant to but still hasn’t given linux a shot yet.
That was my opportunity to tell him about the Fedora Live spins and how they were a great way to give Fedora a test try. While we spoke he was browsing around the Fedora website and asked me about installing Fedora on a USB drive. This was something I have always wanted to try myself but had not yet gotten around to it.
As of this morning Fedora 9 has been released.
Check out the release notes.
Visit the Fedora Wiki for an overview and other information about this release and how to obtain a copy.