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Red Hat Releases Version 7 of Red Hat Linux

Red Hat Releases Version 7 of Red Hat Linux

By Amy Newman (Send Email)
Posted Aug 3, 2000


Earlier this week, Red Hat released beta version 7 of its popular Linux platform, code-named Pinstripe.

Earlier this week, Red Hat released beta version 7 of its popular Linux platform.

Red Hat Linux v.7 has been code-named Pinstripe.

This latest version of the popular software claims the following features.

  • A new multi-CD installation package
  • XFree 4.0 and Xconfigurator
  • USB support
  • Help text available in text mode installation
  • New GNOME default Window manager
  • LDAP and Kerberos configuration

The complete release notes can be found at on Red Hat's FTP site.

Pinstripe can be downloaded directly from the Red Hat site, or any of Red Hat's geographically dispersed mirror sites.

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