The Register: Red Hat Salutes Opteron with Dual-Core Happy Update
Jun 16, 2005, 20:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Red Hat has embraced the dual-core age with an update to its
server operating system that works with the latest processors from
AMD and Intel.
"The software maker detailed Update 1 to Enterprise Linux 4 in a
mailing list post put out last week. Along with dual-core support,
Red Hat added a better 'disk dump capability,' a new IA-32
execution layer for the Itanium chip, new drivers for the Centrino
chip and host of general security updates and bug fixes. The
additions apply to all versions of Enterprise Linux 4 for Opteron,
Xeon, Pentium, Power, Itanium and mainframe processors..."