On September 30th http://software.freivald.com surpassed 1 Terrabyte of data transfer for the year to date. That does not include the blog or the other hosted sites, just the software downloads.
I’m very pleased that so many people find the Qt for Centos and RedHat Enterprise Linux packages and the Centos images for the Alix platform useful.
Qt packages are released for Centos and RHEL Version 5.7, i386 and x86_64 architectures.
With this release comes a new repository structure. The old /centos tree will disappear except for the new software.freivald.com repository file update, which point to the new repository. The new files are found only at http://software.freivald.com/el. The upgrade should be seamless, but will require one ‘yum update’ to grab the new repository files, and another ‘yum update’ to grab the updated files out of the new repository.
If you use priorities, which you should if you have more than one additional repository, be certain to un-comment the priority lines in /etc/yum.repos.d/software.freivald.com.repo.
The new repository file is at http://software.freivald.com/el/5/i386/os/software.freivald.com-2.0.0-0.el.noarch.rpm
Please let me know of any problems with the update, particularly on x86_64. I have changed the way the qt-creator libraries are linked because the qt-creator source always puts the libs in /usr/lib/qtcreator, even when they should be in /usr/lib64/qtcreator.
. . . that I need to start providing twitter updates when I release new versions of Qt for Enterprise Linux or Centos for ALIX. Follow me on twitter @jfreivald.