Red Hat Enterprise 4 Released

Janina Sajka janina at
Wed Feb 16 09:45:20 EST 2005

And, I would certainly expect that the SE-Linux policies will frown on a
patched kernel.

My guess, without any specific knowledge to support it, is that you
should plan to use such a system with ssh access only.

Beth Hatch writes:
> Hi all,
> Just a short note to let you all know that today I received an email from my
> Red Hat subscription manager that Enterprise Linux Release 4 is out as of
> today.  I read the small blurb in the installation PDF guide, it links to
> the same old information in the previous Enterprise version, version 3, that
> I was attempting to install a few weeks ago.  It refers me to release notes
> in my usr/share directory, but since I don't have this installed right now
> for Enterprise 4, I don't know if there are any improvements or better
> access for us.  However, what I can tell you is that they now use the 2.6
> kernel, and they are using the SElinux now as they are for Fedora Core 3.
>     Just a short note for anyone who might be interested, I am leaving this
> version alone until I play with Fedora a lot more.<smile>
> Beth
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