Liquidsoap RPMs Are Now Available

I am very happy to announce that RPMs for the Liquidsoap streaming server are now available for download.  As far as I know, these are the first packages available for the Fedora system.  These builds are compatible with Fedora Core 11 in both the i586 and x86_64 architectures.  A source RPM is also available for those who wish to rebuild for their architecture or special flavor of Linux.

HD Powerhouse Screenshot of Fedora 10

Attached is a pretty significant screenshot.  I don't usually spend the time to document things like this.  And certainly, I wouldn't say this is bragging.  I think of this screenshot as a glimpse into how I use computers and what is interesting to me.  I hope others are interested as well.  So what do we have?

Thanks for Giving Us Fedora

Fedora 10 hit the net today with its General Availability Release, or rather the un-beta version.  I posted earlier this summer that the version 9 release passed me by as I noted its two month anniversary.  There's plenty of resources out there for the first timer, but I wanted to write about the handy yum upgrade process for those of us who can't afford a clean wipe every six months when the Fedora Project releases its official versions.

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