Released new PostgreSQL Live CD

I updated my PostgreSQL live CD, and it is now based on Fedora 10 and PostgreSQL 8.3.5, with all the PostgreSQL packages that I build on . This new version includes many new packages,
and also many updates to the existing packages.

Details are here:

According to Apache logs, the previous 2 versions were downloaded more than 3200 times. Also I know that kickstart file was used in some private projects. Thanks everyone for their interest in this live CD.

Now there is an option to add an encrypted home directory while burning iso to USB stick, which helps you to keep your personal data in your USB stick.

This live CD has nearly bleeding edge of many software, like Apache, PHP, GNOME, Pidgin, etc.

Kickstart file is configurable, so you can also create your own PostgreSQL Live CD's fairly easily, if you have a Fedora-10

Please let me know if you have any questions regarding this live CD.

SLES and openSUSE users: Watch out the new PostgreSQL packages

I am currently working on building PostgreSQL packages for openSUSE. I have applied major changes to the SUSE spec file, and now we are good to go. Don't forget to take a look at sometime on Monday :-)

SuSE packages have always been a few minor releases back . I will keep them up2date, and also try to create a unified RPM environment between Fedora'ish releases and SuSE'ish releases.

Added Fedora 10 support to RPM repository

$SUBJECT says it all -- Fedora 10 support is now available. If you cannot find some packages, just be patient -- I'm still working hard to finish building all packages -- but you'll find the main postgresql line.

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