# Mozilla 0.9.2
RALEIGH, NC--May 6, 2002--Red Hat, Inc. (Nasdaq:RHAT) today released Red Hat Linux version 7.3, a highly configurable operating system (OS) designed for deployments ranging from games and personal productivity to file, print and web serving. Red Hat Linux 7.3 adds new productivity tools, personal firewall configuration at installation, and video conferencing software to deliver everything individual users, educational institutions and small businesses need for flexible Internet-based computing.
# Mozilla 0.9.2
i don't understand why they would use that mozilla version
anyway, i noticed that on the new features page they listed KDE3 before Gnome... so maybe Redhat will finally choose KDE over Gnome like so many other distro's already have
hmmm from http://www.redhat.com/software/linux..._features.html# Mozilla 0.9.2
and from http://www.redhat.com/software/linux/pl_rhl.htmlUpgraded Core System Components
The following major system components are included in Red Hat Linux 7.3:
* ** 2.4.18 kernel
* ** gcc 2.96-RH
* ** glibc 2.2.4
* ** XFree86 4.2.0
* ** Mozilla 0.9.9
So from what I see, it is shipping with mozilla-0.9.9.mozilla 0.9.9 A Web browser. * *
mozilla-chat 0.9.9 IRC client integrated with Mozilla. * *
mozilla-devel 0.9.9 Files needed for development of Mozilla. * *mozilla-dom-inspector 0.9.9 A tool for inspecting the DOM of pages in Mozilla. * *
mozilla-nspr 0.9.9 Netscape Portable Runtime * *
mozilla-nspr-devel 0.9.9 Development Libraries for the Netscape Portable Runtime * *
mozilla-nss 0.9.9 Network Security Services * *
mozilla-nss-devel 0.9.9 Development Libraries for Network Security Services * *
mozilla-psm 0.9.9 SSL support for Mozilla.
heh, they must've changed it on the page
that woulds been weird, RH 7.2 had Moz 0.94
Do they have it open for download yet?
Yup they sure do. If you can't get a mirror I'll post it on my site to DL.Do they have it open for download yet?
Can up2date be used to install new packages or only to update existing ones (is it as powerfull as apt-get on Debian?) If yes, I'll give it a try.
May be KP knows but as far as I can check with man up2date, there is no option for updating versions ( unlike apt-get dist-upgrade ). May be there is ( as I said, I have never used it yet ). As far as upgrading packages, it works well. I have never had a problem since I got my 7.2 in beta ( later upgraded with a CD ROM version ). Red Hat networks is usually busy for us non-paying customers but which is understandable since I'm thankful that they offer free service at all ( usually works great at night times ).