Oracle Linux 5.9 Is Out, Carries Unbreakable Kernel 2
Phoronix: Oracle Linux 5.9 Is Out, Carries Unbreakable Kernel 2
Version 5.9 of Oracle Linux, the company's incarnation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.9, is now available. This release also ships with Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel 2...
Announcement does not coincide with media availability
I use it, but it's more for the comparison of the propretary legacy fglrx with the open source version. I could use CentOS, but I'd rather just increase Oracle's bandwidth. Either way, it's for fun so I wouldn't be interested in support anyway. The glibc version is quite old; I still haven't figured out how to install multiple versions.
Anyways, Oracle Linux Release 5 Update 9 media isn't available; the delay seems to be 6 days (at least that's what it was for 5.8).