Fedora Core 6 is Out, Really
Oct 24, 2006, 14:15 (8 Talkback[s])
Desktop-as-a-Service Designed for Any Cloud ? Nutanix Frame
This is the announcement of Zod. Zod permits you to call him
"Fedora Core 6".
Tremble, Earthlings, for Zod is released from the confines of
testing. Zod intends to hammer the servers of the world ...
starting TODAY! For those who chose the world-domination-acceptance
package in your last installation, you need do nothing -- Zod is
beaming itself to your computers already. If your keyboard begins
to get hot, back away ... very ... slowly ...
For the rest of you minions who failed to do Zod's bidding
previously, this is your ONE AND ONLY CHANCE to redeem yourself. Go
quickly! Download the torrent NOW. Obtain the ISO immediately.
Zod's minions know to back up their /home directory and to begin
immediate installation of the GREATEST version of Fedora Core
When you are done genuflecting, listen carefully. Zod now
delivers an important message to Zod's predecessor, the Fifth
Iteration of Fedora Core, known to some as Bordeaux:
"KNEEL BEFORE ZOD, for Zod has many improvements that convince
users to upgrade and abandon you! Ph34r me! Mwahahahaha."
Zod accepts that the Fedora Project continues to provide
software and security updates for Bordeaux, as per the policy of
Zod's minions. Zod chooses to permit this action to continue.
Those who would understand Zod must begin here:
Massive downloading of Zod is known to melt servers worldwide,
so Zod commands all who are able to use bittorrent.
For other ways to get Zod, read http://www.redhat.com/fedora/
internetnews.com: Fedora Core 6 Gets Real
"Fedora Core 6 (FC 6) is now available, offering Red Hat users a
view of the latest and greatest in open source technologies.
"It could also be seen as a preview of what is coming in Red Hat
Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5, though Fedora is now a well-established
Linux distribution in its own right..."
Phoronix: Fedora Core 6 Zod Review
[ Thanks to Michael
Larabel for this link. ]
"After three last-minute delays, Fedora Core 6 is finally being
pushed out the door this morning. Fedora Core 6 is codenamed Zod,
and is being released seven months after the much anticipated and
well-deserved launch of Fedora Core 5. Yarrow, Tettnang,
Heidelberg, Stentz, and Bordeaux were all exceptional or
ground-breaking releases in one way or another, but what is new for
Zod? After the release of Fedora Core 6 Test 1, we had written up a
small preview of that development release to shed some light on
what would hopefully hit the Fedora Core 6 development cycle. Today
we will share with you everything that has made the cut for Zod. We
have been fortunate enough to obtain an early copy of the final
Fedora Core 6 spin, so we have all of the details for you this
morning, so grab your coffee and enjoy...!"