Oracle Linux 6 has landed. It has been available for Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) subscribers since the 6th, but arrived for regular folk yesterday. Download the DVD here.
Oracle Enterprise Linux is called Oracle Linux these days.
So is it OL6 now rather than OEL6?
If you must use an abbreviation, I suppose it’s OL6. It’s definitely not OEL6. The change was made when we launched Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel and it applies to Oracle Linux 5 as well.
OK. No worries.
Funny that you mention OEL being called OL these days. I just spoke with some senior folks at Oracle recently and he refers to it as OEL. Guess there is a transition period still with the nomenclature.
I’m sure I read the link Sergio sent before and I’m guessing Wim called it by the “proper” name in the ACED meeting, but it hasn’t sunk in.
I will no doubt slip up like this many times more.
All the Oracle people I know still call it OEL … I think that name is going to stick for a while.