Updated kernel packages that fix several bugs, while adding an enhancement are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.
An updated kexec-tools package that fixes a bug is now available for RHEL systems. The kexec-tools package provides tools that facilitate a new kernel to boot using the Linux kernel kexec feature, either on a normal or a panic reboot.
An updated autofs package that fixes a bug is now available under RHEL 4.x server and desktop systems.
Updated freetype packages that fix various security issues are now available for CentOS / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3, 4, 5 and 2.1 server software.
Update brings broad refresh of hardware support and improved quality, combined with new features and enhancements in areas such as virtualization, desktop, networking, storage & clustering and security
An updated caching-nameserver package that fixes a bug is now available for RHEL AS 4.x / CentOS 4.x Linux server.
Updated openoffice.org packages to correct two security issues are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 and 4.
Explains how to setup iSCSI under CentOS / Red Hat Enterprise Linux (ES) 4 server.
Ksplice is an open source project out of MIT that automates the process of applying security patches to the Linux kernel without rebooting Linux box.
RHEL 5.2 beta has been released. Red Hat engineers backport many of the new features from later kernels to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 kernel, such as support for new hardware and virtualization enhancements. This provides Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscribers with important new capabilities while maintaining stable application interfaces — so that applications continue to run after new updates are installed. And, of course, itâ€™s always worth repeating that updates, which are released about twice a year, are included with every Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscription.
This will give our you a chance to see what your systems will be running later this year. You can grab beta version from RHN.
=> Press Release : Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 Beta