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Windows 7 RC (Release Candidate) version 7100.0.090421-1700 has been released by Microsoft to general public for free download. Download of Windows 7 RC DVD ISO image through official Microsoft Windows 7 RC homepage is likely to be offered through Akamai Download Manager ActiveX control of Java applet. Akamai Download Manager offers advantage of resume download in case of premature or pre-complete connection termination. For those who prefer to download directly the ISO files through HTTP connection without Download Manager, use the Windows 7 RC direct download links below.
Source tarballs for official QEMU releases are signed by the release manager using this GPG public key.pub rsa2048 2013-10-18 [SC] CEACC9E15534EBABB82D3FA03353C9CEF108B584uid [ unknown] Michael Roth uid [ unknown] Michael Roth uid [ unknown] Michael Roth sub rsa2048 2013-10-18 [E]To download and build QEMU from git:
The first major maintenance update for Windows 7, Service Pack 1 is now ready for download. Microsoft released the first beta back in June 2010 followed by a Release Candidate in late October 2010 and the final RTM availability (February 16th 2011 MSDN/TechNet subscribers) and public Availability (February 22nd 2011).
In order to download and install Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 you must currently have a Release to Manufacturing (RTM) version of Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 already installed. If you have previously installed a pre-release version of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 on your machine, you must uninstall that version before installing SP1.
The ProFTPD Project is pleased to announce the release of 1.3.8rc4 to thecommunity. This is the fourth release candidate of the 1.3.8 developmentcycle, containing fixes and a few new features and fixes. TheRELEASE_NOTES andNEWS files have the full details, as usual.
The ProFTPD Project is happy to announce the release of 1.3.8rc3 to thecommunity. This is the third release candidate of the 1.3.8 developmentcycle, containing several new features and fixes. TheRELEASE_NOTES andNEWS files have the full details, as usual.
The ProFTPD Project is proud to announce the release of 1.3.8rc2 to thecommunity. This is the second release candidate of the 1.3.8 developmentcycle, containing several fixes. TheRELEASE_NOTES andNEWS files as usual, have the fulldetails.
The ProFTPD Project is happy to announce the release of 1.3.8rc1 to thecommunity. This is the first release candidate of the 1.3.8 developmentcycle, containing improved TLSv1.3 and SNI support, and other performanceimprovements. TheRELEASE_NOTES andNEWS files contain, as usual, the fulldetails.
The ProFTPD Project is proud to announce the release of 1.3.7rc4 to thecommunity. This is the fourth release candidate of the 1.3.7 developmentcycle, containing improved support for TLS SNI and TLSv1.3, LDAP SASLmechanisms, and other fixes. TheRELEASE_NOTES andNEWS files contain, as always, the fulldetails.
The ProFTPD Project is happy to announce the release of 1.3.7rc3 to thecommunity. This is the third release candidate of the 1.3.7 developmentcycle, containing support for OpenSSH-formatted private keys, and a majoruse-after-free memory issue. TheRELEASE_NOTES andNEWS files contain, as always, the fulldetails.
The ProFTPD Project team is pleased to announce the release of 1.3.7rc2to the community. This is the second release candidate of the 1.3.7development cycle, containing a major bugfix. TheRELEASE_NOTES andNEWS files contain, as always, the fulldetails.
The ProFTPD Project team is pleased to announce the availability of1.3.7rc1 to the community. This is the first release candidate of the 1.3.7development cycle, containing multiple major bugfixes and features. TheRELEASE_NOTES andNEWS files contain, as always, the fulldetails.
The Snort Subscriber Ruleset is developed, tested, and approved by Cisco Talos. Subscribers to the Snort Subscriber Ruleset will receive the ruleset in real-time as they are released to Cisco customers. You can download the rules and deploy them in your network through the Snort.org website. The Community Ruleset is developed by the Snort community and QAed by Cisco Talos. It is freely available to all users.
On 24 July 2009 Microsoft released Windows 7 to OEMs (original equipment manufacturers and system builders) online, followed by MSDN and TechNet Subscribers via download and Microsoft Connect on 6 August 2009. Since the next day, 7 August 2009, companies which bought Software Assurance have been able to download Windows 7 RTM.
Three weeks prior to the expected availability of OpenSuSE 11.1, the first release candidate is now out for testing. New packages in OpenSuSE 11.1 RC1 include the Linux 184.108.40.206 kernel, glibc 2.9, new translations, Amaraok 2.0 Release Candidate 1, and Zypper 1.0.1. OpenSuSE 11.1 RC1 also brings forth a newer and shorter distribution license. Download links and the release announcement can be read on the OpenSuSE mailing list.
Today the OpenSuSE project has announced the release of OpenSuSE 11.0. This new Linux desktop release has a horde of improvements. Some of the new packages include GNOME 2.22, KDE 4.0, Compiz Fusion, Firefox 3.0, and more. This release also includes the new OpenSuSE installer. A few screenshots from an earlier development release can be viewed here. All of the release details (and download links) are available from the OpenSuSE website.
Yesterday OpenSUSE 11.0 RC 1 was released with 578 bug-fixes since OpenSuSE 11.0 beta 3. This summer release of OpenSuSE 11.0 brings quite a bit to the table, among which is a new installer. Back in January when OpenSuSE 11.0 Alpha 1 surfaced we had provided a tour of the new OpenSuSE installer. This Linux installer uses Trolltech's Qt4 tool-kit and provides a dramatically improved experience over the earlier YaST installer. However, as the interface has changed slightly since sharing those screenshots, attached are the installation screenshots from OpenSuSE 11.0 RC 1. More information on this release candidate can be found in the OpenSuSE release announcement.
OpenSuSE 10.2 Release Candidate 5 was mastered yesterday and will be the build that goes gold. OpenSuSE 10.2 will be released for download this Thursday (December 7). The announcement can be found on the mailing list.
The never-ending development cycle for SuSE/OpenSuSE v10.1 has come out today with the third release candidate. When in the release candidate series, only delta ISO images are available. This third (and unexpected) release candidate is the last remaining release on the public OpenSuSE 10.1 road-map. Additional release candidates and the final version are still being finalized when it comes to dates. The road-map also states the first 10.2 Alpha will be out on June 16, which certainly will come almost immediately after the 10.1 release if the developers live up to their word. If we had to wager any money on when SuSE 10.1 will finally go gold, we would likely estimate it to be the middle of May. The famous list of most annoying bugs, have been trimmed down to three issues for 10.1 RC3. More information on SuSE/OpenSuSE Linux 10.1 RC3 is available on the mailing list.
After numerous delays, and a great deal of bugs, the first release candidate for OpenSuSE v10.1 is finally out on its mirrors. SuSE 10.1 (also referred to as "Agama Lizard") is intended to be announced on April 25, 2006. The SuSE Most Annoying Bugs have been slimmed down to seven major issues at this time. Andreas Jaeger OpenSuSE 10.1 Release Candidate 1 announcement is on their mailing list.
While we won't go as far as saying the OpenSuSE v10.1 fiasco has been a disaster for Novell, this version of SuSE 10.1 has certainly seen its share of problems. BETA releases of OpenSuSE v10.1 has been available this entire year and Alpha versions last year, while many of these releases have been plagued by significant problems and globs of bugs. However, we have just noted that the SuSE roadmap has been updated. While the sixth SuSE v10.1 beta had occurred on March 3, the seventh BETA will not be mastered and made available for the public (this release would have likely occurred today). The next release to come will be on March 17 with BETA 8. Presently scheduled after the final BETA is a single release candidate on March 31, followed by the intended OpenSuSE release to occur on April 13 of 2006. This is coming about two months later than their original expected target date.On the topic of the SuSE roadmap, they have already posted the preliminary v10.2 schedule with its Alpha releases. The OpenSuSE v10.2 Alpha builds should start to appear around June 16, while the fifth Alpha will come out in October. With all of the development issues that have faced SuSE v10.1 we certainly wish its developers the best of luck.
The fifth BETA for the upcoming SuSE/OpenSuSE v10.1 has been released. Although a portion of the bugs have been fixed from BETA 4, there continues to remain a great deal of annoying issues with this release (more info here). Meanwhile, a sixth BETA milestone is presently scheduled for March 3 and the schedule after that is still being debated, but with the present number of bugs, there is likely to be even a few more BETA candidates. Anyhow, with the fifth BETA of the Agama Lizard there doesn't appear to be too many new additions to this release other than fixes, and Andreas Jaeger's release announcement is visible on their mailing list. Development downloads are here. It is still advised that BETA 5 be not installed on any production systems.
It looks like yesterday, a few hours after we made the announcement that SuSE v10.1 did not make its BETA release of last Thursday, OpenSuse v10.1 BETA 4 was finally released. However, in that announcement, there were warnings as BETA 4 is fairly unreliable. Here is a list of the most annoying bugs in this release, while the release announcement can be found here. Also, if you take a close look at the road-map you will see they have now added a sixth BETA candidate, which will be released on March 2. After these BETA releases, there is still no word when the release candidate will come down the road. Certainly things aren't looking good right now for Novell's SuSE v10.1.Onto some less gloomy news, Ubuntu Dapper Drake v6.04 Flight 4 was released early this morning. Among many other improvements, there is now an Espresso LiveCD installer as well as GNOME v2.14 BETA 2. In addition, they have included Novell's Xgl and Compiz. Meeting up with this Ubuntu release is Kubuntu as well as Edubuntu.Out on the horizon for this week is Fedora Core 5 Test 3. 2b1af7f3a8