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UnbreakableHelp for Oracle Enterprise Linux

Postby gcclinux » Mon Nov 20, 2006 11:23 am

We've started a community driven web site for user's of Oracle's
Unbreakable Linux based on our firm belief that Oracle's announcement to
support Linux is one that many small business/home office users have
been waiting for, as they have leveled the playing field. We invite
everyone to take a look, join the forums, try the rpms, contribute a
howto, or whatever, in the hopes that with the community's input Oracle
will
see that they've made the right decision.

The GccLinux Group
http://unbreakablehelp.com/
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RE: UnbreakableHelp for Oracle Enterprise Linux

Postby gcclinux » Mon Nov 27, 2006 9:29 pm

To all Unbreakable Linux users, we are happy to announce that the GccLinux Group is working on a new and up to date build of KDE. It is our intention to have KDE 3.5.5 fully built and tested as soon as possible.
We would also appreciate for any KDE users that wish to help us in the testing to let us know, so that the upgrade from current version to the new and latest version will be transparent to any user.
Once the KDE desktop is totally built, tested and approved by us we will provide a update script that should have things very simple.

Many Thanks for your attention and for all those that are willing to help with the testing.

Kind Regards,
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Postby gcclinux » Sat Dec 23, 2006 10:46 am

Another update from us as we last night uploaded the latest packages for Galeon, Seamonkey, Thunderbird and Thunderbird Beta.

Packages can be found at:

http://unbreakablehelp.com/rpmdb.html


Enjoy it!
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