Rawhide moving on to Fedora 10
Posted on: 05/13/2008 06:56 AM

Rawhide, the developer version of Fedora, is moving on to Fedora 10 in preparation of the Fedora 9 release

In preparation of the Fedora 9 release tomorrow, we've flipped the configuration bit that will allow "rawhide" to be composed from Fedora 10 content tomorrow. This will likely fail in spectacular ways due to all the pent up builds so it should be interesting.

Those of you that have installed rawhide starting from Fedora 9 Preview or later, or have updated yourself to rawhide at any point post Preview, your default yum configuration will have you set for staying on Fedora 9. If you've modified your config files you may not have picked up this change and will want to verify what repos are enabled before you get hit with a lot of Fedora 10 packages.

The updates repos for Fedora 9 are currently empty, but I'm working on an updates push that will populate the updates and updates-testing with some 0-day updates that have been prepared. Theoretically these updates will hit mirrors sometime tonight.

Keep all body parts inside the cart at all times. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!

Jesse Keating



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