Ventrilo Linux Client in Fifth Year of Development

I play World of Warcraft on Linux all the time.  I boot into Windows XP for Arena and extended play, but all my causual gaming is on my work computer – that runs Linux.  So for this reason I’ve had an interest in the upcoming Ventrilo Linux client for a long time. A very long time.

Since 2005 when they first announced that the client version for Linux was on it’s way I’ve been excited!  Imagine the Linux Desktop getting support from the industry leader in VoIP group communications!  Unbuntu/Fedora Linux will benifit greatly by making it possible for more Linux gamers to communicate with fellow online gamers of any platform.  The only problem is that the Linux client was never released.  Or at least, not yet.



Remote Upgrades on Fedora based Systems

I’m doing a remote upgrade on a test server at work(VoiceIP Solutions). So today’s article will cover upgrading from Fedora 6 to Fedora 10. Before you start, backup any important data! Every once in a while some dependency issue will crop up that blows up your server.  Also upgrading from Fedora 6 to Fedora 11 is not as easy as say, upgrading from Fedora 10 to Fedora 11.  So be careful and upgrade on a regular basis!

The Goals of this Post:

– remote upgrade from Fedora 6 to Fedora 10