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"[…]Content in BaseOS is […]subject to support terms similar to those in previous releases of #RHEL […]" The following para about the content in Application Stream does not state what support terms apply. IOW: They are different. But how? #rhel8 #beta access.redhat.com/documentation/…



 




 


 




 



 


 


 


 
New plymouth theme for flickerfree boot hansdegoede.livejournal.com/19673.html "[…] I've been working on a new plymouth theme which draws a spinner over the firmware boot splash, eliminating the ugly transition […] I've built a test version of plymouth for Fedora 29, to give this a try […]"



 



 
Quote: "[…] CRI-O is an open source, community-driven container engine. Its primary goal is to replace the Docker service as the container engine for Kubernetes implementations[…] If you want to start using CRI-O, this guide describes how to install CRI-O during OpenShift[…]"



 
So #DNF is in #RHEL 7 now, but it's called #YUM 4 (packaged in nextgen-yum4) there? Odd, but well, guess RH fears confusing their enterprise customers… First screenshot from
access.redhat.com/documentation/… the others from people.redhat.com/mskinner/rhug/… (found the latter with Google)