[CentOS] CentOS 5 Beta on a MacBook Pro
sebastien at atlantic-creations.com
Mon Mar 19 01:14:44 UTC 2007
FYI, Redhat had announced last year a linux distro for Intel based
Mac. Hopefully it's not too far off, because wether it is Fusion or
Parallels, Linux performance/support is still very limited.
On Mar 18, 2007, at 7:44 PM, William Warren wrote:
> no..you cannot bring betas up to release via yum.
> Mike Kercher wrote:
>> centos-bounces at centos.org <> scribbled on Sunday, March 18, 2007 1:49
>> : FYI, I just installed CentOS 5 beta with the SMP kernel in a
>> : VMWare fusion virtual machine on my 2.33 GHz 15 inch MacBook Pro.
>> : : The installation was flawless. I installed from an NFS share
>> : on my network with the ISO images. The vm booted disc one
>> : and recognized my 802.11n wireless connection as eth0. The
>> : install took about 30 minutes.
>> : : Everything worked fine...
>> : : -Joe
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>> Assuming you installed the CentOS 5 beta today, would a yum update
>> the machine up to a release state when the stable version is
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