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Scientific Linux Fermi 5 Release Notes

by Troy Dawson last modified 2010-06-18 11:38
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The Scientific Linux Fermi release notes are considered additive. This means that the one set of release notes, is meant to be added to the set below it. So the Scientific Linux Fermi notes, are changes that Fermilab did to the Scientific Linux release. And the Scientific Linux notes are are changes that Scientific Linux did to the vendor's release. And the vendors update release notes are the changes that they did to the release before it.

Scientific Linux Fermi 5.5

i386
SLF 5.5 Release Notes
SL 5.5 Release Notes
Vendor Update 5 Release Notes

x86_64
SLF 5.5 Release Notes
SL 5.5 Release Notes
Vendor Update 5 Release Notes

Scientific Linux Fermi 5.4

i386
SLF 5.4 Release Notes
SL 5.4 Release Notes
Vendor Update 4 Release Notes

x86_64
SLF 5.4 Release Notes
SL 5.4 Release Notes
Vendor Update 4 Release Notes

Scientific Linux Fermi 5.3

i386
SLF 5.3 Release Notes
SL 5.3 Release Notes
Vendor Update 3 Release Notes

x86_64
SLF 5.3 Release Notes
SL 5.3 Release Notes
Vendor Update 3 Release Notes

Scientific Linux Fermi 5.2

i386
SLF 5.2 Release Notes
SL 5.2 Release Notes
Vendor Update 2 Release Notes

x86_64
SLF 5.2 Release Notes
SL 5.2 Release Notes
Vendor Update 2 Release Notes

Scientific Linux Fermi 5.1

i386
SLF 5.1 Release Notes
SL 5.1 Release Notes
Vendor Update 1 Release Notes

x86_64
SLF 5.1 Release Notes
SL 5.1 Release Notes
Vendor Update 1 Release Notes

Scientific Linux Fermi 5.0

i386
SLF 5.0 Release Notes
SL 5.0 Release Notes
Vendor Release Notes

x86_64
SLF 5.0 Release Notes
SL 5.0 Release Notes
Vendor Release Notes

Other Notes


README's
README-x86-en
README-x86_64-en


Note: The above vendor release notes are provided {and copyrighted} by Red Hat®, Inc. The documentation is released via the Open Publication License (V1.0 or later). The copyright holder has added the further requirement that "Distribution of substantively modified versions of this document is prohibited without the explicit permission of the copyright holder."
Scientific Linux and Scientific Linux Fermi redistributes these original works (in their unmodified form) as a reference for Scientific Linux Fermi 5, because Scientific Linux Fermi 5 is based on Scientific Linux 5, and Scientific Linux 5 is built from publicly available, open source SRPMS. We don't modify the above release notes in any way to be compliant with the distribution policy.
Scientific Linux and Scientific Linux Fermi are not affiliated with, sponsored by, supported by, or in any way associated with Red Hat®, Inc..


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