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From: Roger Tsang <roger.tsang@gm...> - 2006-08-02 05:40:44
The OpenSSI 1.9.2 development release for Fedora Core 3 is now available
This release includes numerous 1.9.1 bug fixes. We highly encourage
users of the development releases to upgrade to this release.
The release notes are below.
OpenSSI 1.9.2 is a development release, and is not necessarily suitable
for production use. If you want a stable release that is more suitable
for production use, please download OpenSSI 1.2.2 for Fedora Core 2,
Debian 3.1, or Red Hat 9 (deprecated).
This release is based on a 2.6 kernel, the 2.6.10 kernel to be precise.
Many developers have contributed to this port, including
Aneesh Kumar, David Zafman, John Byrne, Kishore Sampathkumar, Laura Ramirez,
Brian Watson, and Roger Tsang. If you find any bugs, please report them to
either ssic-linux-users@... or ssic-linux-devel@...
Once the OpenSSI 1.9.x series stabilizes, OpenSSI 2.0.0 will be released
for production use.
A variety of bugs have been fixed while preparing for this release. To learn
more, please see the ChangeLog for this release. For even more detail, you
can browse the ssic-linux-checkins archive, which can be found on