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Red Hat Software Security Upgrades Linux

Red Hat Pushes Out Enterprise Linux 6.1 90

Posted by timothy
from the so-there-are-now-two-distros dept.
wiredmikey writes "Red Hat today released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1, the first update to the platform since Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 back in November 2010. The latest version brings improvements in system reliability, scalability and performance, and support for upcoming system hardware. The latest version also delivers patches and security updates as well as enhancements in virtualization, file systems, scheduler, resource management and high availability." The Register, too, outlines the new release.
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Red Hat Pushes Out Enterprise Linux 6.1

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