Fedora 15 brings KDE 4.6, GNOME 3.0, Xfxe 4.8, Firefox 4, LibreOffice 3.3, dynamic firewall, improved power management, consistent device naming scheme, systemd, and much more free and open source software
on 05/24/2011 – Made popular on 05/24/2011
"After months of development, Fedora 15, codenamed "Lovelock" has finally been released today." Highlights of this release include restart-free firewall configuration, a switch to Gnome 3, LibreOffice, PowerTOP 2.x and systemd, "Consistent Network Device Naming", and... Rupee symbol support for Indian users.
The Fedora Project announced the beta release of its Fedora 15 & Lovelock& Linux distribution, featuring the new GNOME 3 desktop, the Systemd initialization system, and a new dynamic firewall feature. Meanwhile, though, GNOME 3 has received mixed reviews from the GNOME faithful, many claiming the project went too far in simplifying the interface....
In case you missed it, Fedora 15 got released today. It’s packed with tons of cutting-edge features but most of all, it includes GNOME 3, KDE 4.6, XFCE 4.8, NetworkManager 0.9, btrfs integration, better power management, LibreOffice, Firefox 4, systemd, and a ton of other stuff you’ll love. Read the release notes, download it, and start living the life you always dreamed of.
This week, we saw a lot of releases ranging from the release of Fedora 15 “Lovelock” to Puppy Linux Wary 5.1.2. Here are the main events that took place this week in the world of Free and Open Source Software.Fedora 15 “Lovelock”Six months after the release of Fedora 14, Fedora 15 “Lovelock” was released earlier this week.
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.
From LinuxBSDos.com.Firewalld and Ufw, the Uncomplicated FireWall, are two firewall management applications installed in some of the most popular Linux distributions. Ufw is the default firewall application installed in distributions based on Debian and Ubuntu, while Firewalld is the default in Fedora, where it replaced the old firewall application when Fedora 18 was released.
When Sperical Cow hits the digital shelves sometime in late October or early November, users will have to get used to a new firewall management application. Sperical Cow is, of course the code-name for Fedora 18, the next stable release of Fedora.