The httpd-2.2.11-8.fc11 package no longer contains some of the caching
modules used in the httpd.conf.in file for the fedora-web module. I'm
not sure how useful this patch is since we probably have participants
on older systems, but here it is anyway.
When Fedora 10 was released I fetched the torrent files and started a
client which uploaded much much more (about 1 TB) than I downloaded.
That was the good news, the bad news was that it took most of the
release day to fetch all the torrent files so that my client could fully
participate in all the torrents.
I'd like to avoid this delay for the Fedora 11 release. What's needed
to establish some servers whose sole purpose is to provide the torrent
control files? Or, this could be carried one step further by creating a
zero-level torrent providing only the torrent control files? The control
file for this could be predistributed and the tracker not enabled until
the magic moment.
University of Puget Sound
>From the page located here:
"Historically Test and General Availability releases happen at 10:00am
Eastern US Time, which is either 1500UTC or 1400UTC depending on daylight
savings in the United States. See Releases/Schedule for more information
about scheduling methodology and schedule milestone definitions"
"Daylight Savings" is a grammatical error.
"Daylight Saving" is correct.
If we're ready to clean the car, then it's car cleaning time (not
If we're ready to save time, then it's daylight saving time.
Let's put in our website a Poll? Because it's getting to much people doing
polls on e-mails ... I think it's a very good idea, and, it can be like in
my website: http://www.ieee.org/unesp-ilha .
We can until, put a login where we see who's votting, if it is a registred
person or just a user person.
What do you think?
José Roberto Colombo Júnior - Eletrical Engineer - Linux User
IEEE # 90408028 - Communications Manager - Ramo Estudantil IEEE de Ilha
Brazilian Fedora Ambassador
Phone: +55 17-97448897
E-mail: joseroberto(a)ieee.org - Skype: jose.roberto.colombo.junior
I'm a postgraduate student. I spent all my time in using windows. Now, I want to write multicore codes. My friends advised me to use Linux. My questions are:
1-Is FEDORA suitable for multicore programming?
2-Which language / API is better for me