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    Red Hat: Announcing GinGin64: A Technology Preview for the AMD64 Platform
    Posted by Kenneth Farmer (Friday May 02 2003 @ 06:24PM EDT) [ ]
    Red Hat is pleased to announce the availability of our AMD64
    technology preview.  This preview is for those who are interested in
    early access to a Red Hat distribution for the AMD64 platform.

    Accessing the Software ----------------------

    For this technology preview, we are offering access via FTP at the following location:


    Please note that this download location and the software there should be considered non-production and is not supported.

    Bug Reporting ------------- To ensure accurate tracking, all bugs should be reported using Bugzilla at:


    If you do not have a bugzilla account, please visit http://bugzilla.redhat.com and create one by following the instructions provided on Red Hat's bugzilla web site.

    Please search for existing bugs before filing new reports. Also read the RELEASE-NOTES included in the Technology Preview to avoid reporting known issues. Bugs should be filed against the "Red Hat Linux", product version "GinGin64", platform "x86_64".

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