These are the latest Release Notes for Fedora 11, and may be updated with late-breaking news. Additional translations are published as they become available.
on 06/10/2009 – Made popular on 06/10/2009
Fedora Project welcome you to the Fedora Weekly News(FWN) Issue 295.
The dynamic stream of FWN 295 covers few breaking news for the community worldwide. Spherical Cow- the release name of Fedora 18 followed by the most spreading and expecting event FUDCon which will be held in Paris in 2012 & in Lawrence, Kansas in 2013.
FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE is now available. Please be sure to check the Release Notes (detailed version) and Release Errata before installation for any late-breaking news and/or issues with 9.1. More information about FreeBSD releases can be found on the Release Information page.
FreeBSD 9.3-RELEASE is now available. Please be sure to check the Release Notes and Release Errata before installation for any late-breaking news and/or issues with 9.3. More information about FreeBSD releases can be found on the Release Information page.
I have not upgraded for a long while, and how have re-enabled the appropriate repositories to allow for upgrade. I no longer seem to be able to upgrade due to a gpg key trouble. Any advice would be much appreciated
The Red Hat developers have announced that the upcoming Fedora 21 release will be delayed by three weeks, but that's hardly a surprise. The Fedora distribution has the habit of arriving late. It's almost never on time and the upcoming Fedora 21 keep to this tradition closely. You can even say that it's not really a Fedora release unless it slips past its deadline by at least a few weeks.
It is not a big problem but I just noticed it; after regular update (which includes update of fedora-release-notes package) the icon of the Release Notes don't appears anymore in the Gnome Activities (the "Applications" section). I'm using Gnome 3.6.3 on Fedora 18.
Fedora 13 is in a beta stage at the moment, but the developers have already announced the release dates and the codename for the next version of the Fedora operating system. The codename for Fedora 14 is "Laughlin" and it will be released sometime in October-November 2010. Other possible codenames were: Laramie, Ventnor, Mitikas, Hoppin and Fytnargin. "Th...
Fedora 20 features some of the latest and best of what the open source world has to offer. The Fedora 20 release coincides nicely with the 10th anniversary of Fedora. The first Fedora release (then called Fedora Core 1) came out on November 6, 2003.