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[News] Breakdown of Fedora 11's Great Features

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Fedora 11's best five features 

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| Personally, I like having absolute control of my audio system, but then 
| before I ever touched a computer I was working with stereo equipment. For 
| most users, the multiple slider approach is over-kill. Jonathan Corbet, the 
| well-known Linux developer, has the best answer: "the volume control should 
| have an 'expert mode.'" Hopefully this common-sense suggestion will be 
| implemented as the default in forthcoming versions of GNOME.     



Review - Fedora 11 Preview

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| RedHat, one of the biggest contributor to open source and Linux, proved the
| world that the Open Source service based model is profitable. RedHat
| introduces all the exiting new technologies in Fedora, the community driven
| distribution sponsored by RedHat. These technologies will be integrated into
| the official RetHat distribution after they are mature enough. The
| technologies like udev, upstart, SELinux, pulseaudio, Plymouth, Xen and KVM
| are first introduced (if I remember correctly) in Fedora and then later
| integrated into various other distributions. I've not used Fedora as my main
| desktop, but I always try every release of Fedora to get a feel of the new
| technologies.


Fedora 11: Virtual(ization) Reality

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| 8. Working on virtualization must be awfully time consuming and involved. Do
| you enjoy it? What do you do to get away from the pressures of hacking?
| Working on open source virtualization technology is a great experience
| because it is a really interesting and challenging field, having plenty of
| talented developers to work with and learn from. There is plenty of work
| still to be done at all levels of the stack from kernel/hypervisor right
| through to end user applications and not nearly enough time to do it all. I'm
| fortunate to be able to spread my work between upstream projects, the Fedora
| community and RHEL releases and maintenance.


Fedora 11 “Leonidas” is Almost Ready to Kick Ass!

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| A few more days from now, the latest and hopefully the greatest version of
| one of the most popular Linux distribution will be released. For those of you
| who loved Fedora 10, then the reasons are plenty for you to like version 11
| (codename Leonidas) more.


The Countdown to Fedora 11 Begins!

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| Fedora 11 is less than two weeks away. The excitement is in the air and we
| all can't wait to see the product of more than a few long months of hard
| work. It's prime time to start talking about what users can expect to see,
| highlight new features and describe some of the enhancements that we can all
| look forward too. As part of a series of podcast and print interviews,


Another 100,000+ week for Fedora 10

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| Fedora 10 has been gaining new users at impressive rates.  This past week
| alone Fedora 10 has picked up over 100,000 more.


Red Hat Fedora Claims It's the Leader in Linux

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| Red Hat's Fedora community Linux distribution has now tallied its user base,
| and it's a number that on the surface would make it the largest installed
| base of any Linux distribution, with at least 9.5 million users and possibly
| as many as 10.5 million.


Fedora 11 Preview

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| The Fedora 11 Release Candidate is expected to be available on the 12th of
| May while the final release is scheduled for May 26, 2009. The Fedora 11
| Preview release announcement along with links to their Torrents can be found
| on the Fedora announcement list.

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