ANN: Support for CentOS 6 (temporarily?) suspended
karel.gardas at centrum.cz
Thu Jun 30 13:54:00 UTC 2011
CentOS project looks like currently out of steam for real CentOS 6
delivery, but it also looks like Scientific Linux team do exactly the
same job and very well. What about to switch to this version at least
temporarily till CentOS team gets up again?
Just an idea, I'm using neither CentOS nor Scientific Linux for RTEMS
development so don't count me as a user on this!
On 06/30/11 03:40 PM, Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> The rtems packages on ftp.rtems.org labeled "CentOS6", so far have been
> built with RHEL6 beta packages, presuming centos.org would release
> CentOS 6 not too much after RHEL6.
> Meanwhile, almost 8 months have passed by, but CentOS 6 still is not
> out. However the RHEL-beta is showing its age, diverges increasingly
> from RHEL6 and becomes increasingly difficult to use and to access.
> Therefore, I have decided to (temporarily?) suspend support of the RTEMS
> toolchains for CentOS6.
> In practice this means, these repositories will not receive any further
> rtems-toolchain updates before CentOS 6 will be released or a suitable
> substitute for CentOS 6 has been found.
> FWIW: The CentOS calendar currently tells CentOS 6 was scheduled
> for Jul 4 ... we'll see if this date will slip again ;)
>  http://www.centos.org/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=29147
>  http://qaweb.dev.centos.org/qa/calendar
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