Red Hat has announced that its Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 3 offering is entering its last six months of limited support. After October 31st, 2010, there will be no more updates issued or support offered for the aging release. The EOL (end of life) announcement also involves CentOS 3, indirectly, as it is based on RHEL 3.
The H Open: "The Japanese Fixstars Corporation, which specialises in software for the Cell processors, has announced the release of Yellow Dog Enterprise Linux (YDEL) 6.2 for CUDA, the first enterprise Linux OS optimised for GPU computing."
Red Hat rolled out its Enterprise Linux 5.4 today.
Touting features such as
New enterprise KVM included alongside XEN virtualization technologies,
Support for XFS filesystem,
Updated userspace tools for EXT4 filesystem,