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Old 08-16-2010, 12:45 PM
Gavin Spurgeon
Default ltsp-5.2.4-1.rpm Coming soon to Fedora !!!

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Hi LTSP/Fedora Community.

(1st let me say "Sorry for the X-Posting to multiple Lists")

I would like to take this opportunity to say that Myself and a friend
have stepped up and I will now take over trying to keep LTSP in Fedora
Current with the upstream.

@ the end of last week I was given access to the LTSP Package on Fedora.

I have the src of ltsp-5.2.4 and am in the process of getting this into
and .rpm for Fedora 13 & Fedora 14 (x86 & x86_64).

This is going to take a little bit of time to get this release into an
.rpm, but we hope to have this done within the next week or so...

I first need to get my head around how the current version is packaged
and then we should be able to get the new version packaged the same way
to try and make this all as seamless as possible.

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Gavin Spurgeon.
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