Red Hat takes the wraps off RHEL 5.9

New Microsoft Hyper-V drivers in this updated Linux distribution offer improved performance in multivendor environments.

By Katherine Noyes, PC World |  Operating Systems, Hyper-V, Linux

Among other updates in the new software are developer tools including the ability to develop and test with the latest version of open source Java available through OpenJDK 7; a new rsyslog5 system logging package; and an update to Samba 3.6, which offers SMB2 support, a reworked print server, and security default improvements for all versions.

More details about RHEL 5.9 can be found in the software's release notes. Ready to test it out? Subscribers can download the new software from the Red Hat site.

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