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Oracle Linux 7.3 Released – OL 7 UPDATE 3

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11 November 2016 – Oracle has announced the release of a new version of Oracle Linux. The new version, Oracle Linux 7.3, represents an incremental update to the company’s 7.x series. The new version supports booting on UEFI-enabled computers and will run on machines with Secure Boot turned on. Oracle Linux provides two flavours of the Linux kernel: Oracle’s Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) and a Red Hat Compatible Kernel (RHCK). “The Oracle Linux and Virtualization team is pleased to announce the general availability of Oracle Linux 7 Update 3 for x86-64 servers. Users with a support subscription can download ISOs from My Oracle Support. ISO installation images can also be downloaded from Oracle Software Delivery Cloud. Individual RPM packages for Oracle Linux 7 Update 3 are available on the public yum server and the Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN). This is the first Oracle Linux 7 ISO to include UEK Release 4 (UEK R4).
Further information can be found in the release announcement.

Documentation Oracle 7

Documentation Oracle 6

Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 4

How to Certify your Hardware and Applications on Oracle Linux

Guide to Linux File Command Mastery

Installing Oracle Linux Manually

How to Use Signed Kernel Modules in Oracle Linux

Boot and Service Configuration (systemd and GRUB 2)

Installing Oracle Linux with Public Yum Repository Support

How to Create a Local Yum Repository for Oracle Linux

Installing the Oracle-Supported OFED Packages

Upgrading Your System

How to create a local Unbreakable Linux Network mirror

How to for Sysadmins and Developers

Specifications

Resources

Features

*Download Oracle Linux 7 ( only for x86 64 bit )

– Search Oracle Linux 7

*Download Oracle Linux 6.8 ( x86 32 bit and x86 64 bit )

– Search Oracle Linux 6.8

 

*registration required

 

 

 

Happy GNU/Linux  😀

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OpenIndiana Hipster 2016.04 and illumos – OpenSolaris

OpenIndiana

22/04/2016 – The OpenIndiana project, which is a continuation of OpenSolaris, has released a new version of the community-maintained operating system. The new release offers a number of improvements to package management and includes several package updates to such desktop applications as Firefox, Thunderbird and VLC. “New nlipkg zone brand was introduced, which behaves like old ipkg brand (i.e. it doesn’t check child and parent images for consistency). It’s possible to convert ipkg zone to nlipkg one. To do so, install system/zones/brand/nlipkg, change zone’s brand to nlipkg and remove /var/pkg/linked inside zone. Closed sysidtool which could be used to set initial system parameters on first boot and initialize zone’s configuration was replaced with sysding. All other packages from closed admin incorporation were also removed…

 

ReleaseNotes

Packages

Hipster Branch

illumos project

Hardware Compatibility List:

Laptops and Netbooks

Servers

Components

How to Upgrade from OpenSolaris

How to Upgrade OpenIndiana

How to Install OpenIndiana

illumos HLb

Mailing Lists

Frequently Asked Questions

OpenIndiana Bug Tracker

OpenIndiana Wiki

How does OpenIndiana compare to BSD or GNU/Linux?

IPS Guide (Image Packaging System Guide)

illumos project the OpenIndiana’s source tree

illumos Developer’s Guide

Does OpenIndiana provide a SPARC release?

 

Download:

Getting illumos Distributions

OpenIndiana Hipster 2016.04 Live DVD 64bit/i386

OpenIndiana Hipster 2016.04 Live USB 64bit/i386

OpenIndiana Hipster 2016.04 Text install CD 64bit/i386

OpenIndiana Hipster 2016.04 Text Install USB 64bit/i386

OpenIndiana Legacy Build 151a8 Desktop DVD 64bit/i386

OpenIndiana Legacy Build 151a8 Desktop USB 64bit/i386

OpenIndiana Legacy Build 151a8 Server CD 64bit/i386

OpenIndiana Legacy Build 151a8 Server USB 64bit/i386

OpenSolaris Build 134 Text Install SPARC

OpenIndiana Legacy Build 151a8 unofficial Text Install SPARC

 

Note: Hipster Branch = unstable branch and Legacy = stable branch.

 

Happy OpenIndiana  😀

Oracle Linux 7.2 – Released 25 Nov 2015

Oracle-Linux

Oracle has announced the release of Oracle Linux 7.2. Oracle Linux is built from Red Hat Enterprise Linux source code and is designed to be binary compatible with Red Hat’s product. Oracle Linux 7.2 ships with two kernels, a “Red Hat Compatible Kernel” and Oracle’s “Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel”, and by default the latter is booted. “We’re happy to announce the general availability of Oracle Linux 7 Update 2, the second update release for Oracle Linux 7. You can find the individual RPM packages on the Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) and the Oracle Linux Yum Server and ISO installation images are available for download from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud. Oracle Linux 7 Update 2 ships with the following kernel packages: Red Hat Compatible Kernel (kernel-3.10.0-327.el7) for x86-64; Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) Release 3 (kernel-uek-3.8.13-98.6.1.el7uek) for x86-64. By default, both the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel and the Red Hat Compatible Kernel are installed and the system boots the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel.
Further information on this release can be found in Oracle’s release announcement.

Documentation Oracle 7

Documentation Oracle 6

Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 3

How to Certify your Hardware and Applications on Oracle Linux

Guide to Linux File Command Mastery

How to Use Signed Kernel Modules in Oracle Linux

How to Create a Local Yum Repository for Oracle Linux

How to for Sysadmins and Developers

Specifications

Resources

Features

*Download Oracle Linux 7 ( only for x86 64 bit )

– Search Oracle Linux 7

*Download Oracle Linux 6.7 ( x86 32 bit and x86 64 bit )

– Search Oracle Linux 6.7

 

*registration required

 

 

 

Happy Oracle Linux  😀