The Fedora Project team has announced the beta release of its Linux operating system, Fedora 18, code-named Spherical Cow.
After numerous delays, Fedora 18 Beta has finally made it to the masses. This is very important for Red Hat Enterprise Linux as Fedora is the upstream version that implements all the future changes in RHEL.
Fedora 16 (code named as Verne) beta version released! while final version is expected to be released in November 2011. Fedora is one of the most popular Linux based operating system and commonly called as a rock solid distro, with latest cutting edge features that you can expect from a latest Linux distro.
The first alpha version of Fedora 19 "Schrödinger's Cat" operating system has been officially launched and it's ready for testing. Unlike former Fedora releases that have been plagued by delays and various problems, the new 19 branch has arrived relatively on time and it's ready to be tested and p... (read more)
The Fedora Project proudly announced a few minutes ago, February 28th, the immediate availability for download and testing of the Alpha version of the upcoming Fedora 17 operating system, due for release in May 2012. Dubbed Beefy Miracle and powered by Linux kernel 3.2, Fedora 17 Alpha brings lots of new features, improvements and bug fixes.
The Fedora Project, proudly announced a few minutes ago (August 23rd) the immediate availability for download and testing of the Alpha version of the upcoming Fedora 16 operating system, due for release in November 2011.Dubbed Verne, Fedora 16 Alpha is powered by Linux kernel 3.0, the latest development version of the GNOME 3 desktop environment and... (read more)
Announced earlier today, September 18th, the Fedora 18 Alpha (Spherical Cow) Linux operating system has been officially released for testing. Being powered by Linux kernel 3.6, the GNOME Edition of the Fedora 18 Alpha Live CD comes with the GNOME 3.5.5 desktop environment.