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Re: alpha architecture



On Thu, 2 Oct 2003, Jim wrote:

>I have the HP edition of RH7.2 installed on a 21164 533Mhz pc164lx.  All
>is well with the system and I have had no problems except that there are
>no software updates/upgrades to the latest versions of applications I need
>such as postgresql/php/apache/ssl etc.  Then I ran across the Fedora
>project and noticed that the latest alpha rpm's for these applications
>were availible for download.  The problem is that they don't work on the
>7.2 release and rpm -Uvh for the packages I need give me countless failed
>deps as I expected they would.  Will there be an upcomming alpha iso
>release for the latest redhat version?  If not, I would like to port
>an updated rh release for the alpha architecture.  If any one is doing
>this already or if anybody needs help doing this I'd be pleased to help
>out.  If someone is already doing this could you please point me in the
>right direction?

Myself, Jeff Garzik, Richard Henderson, Phil "Bryce" Copeland and 
various people from DEC/COMPAQ/HP have been slowly making evil 
plans to work on an alpha port of the current distribution 
sometime soon.  We have no details as of yet, but once we are 
ready to start building and pushing packages we'll let people 
know here.  The intent is to make a Fedora/Alpha distribution.

That is all the detail I have for now.  When there is more 
information, we will announce it here.

-- 
Mike A. Harris     ftp://people.redhat.com/mharris
OS Systems Engineer - XFree86 maintainer - Red Hat




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