Phoronix: Preview: Fedora 20 Updated vs. Fedora 21 Rawhide Benchmarks
While Fedora 21 remains under heavy development, for some new benchmarks to get July started I ran some tests of a stock Fedora 20 installation versus Fedora 20 with all stable updates versus Fedora 21 in its "Rawhide" state.
Hi, I am currently using Fedora 11 on all my systems, I have the Fedora 7 theme almost down to an art, but one thing, the title bars. I am currently using the clearlooks classic theme, but Fedora 7 seems to have a slightly different look. I would like to get that last little piece.
I've just switched from Fedora 13 to Fedora 17 and one of the biggest annoyances right now is how when I change desktops with the desktop list view it no longer gives me a preview of the tasks running on that desktop. In Fedora 13 it would show me what windows were open on the desktop and now it's just a list with the desktop names.
Fedora 16 is more than two months away from final, stable release, but pre-Alpha installation ISO images have been floating around. News from the Fedora camp have already indicated that btrfs will be the default file system on Fedora 16, joining the ranks of MeeGo, the first (Linux) distribution to use btrfs as the default [...]
Disclaimer: Not sure if this is in the right place, but I'm assuming that the members in here probobly will at least know what I'm referring to. I am not a Mac user but have helped a few install Fedora. One recently asked me if there is a way to get Fedora to show a preview pane like there is in Mac OS.
The Fedora 20 "Heisenbug" alpha release has arrived with a preview of the latest fantastic, free, and open source technology currently under development. 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.
I had set up a machine to dual boot between the Windows 8 Consumer Preview and Fedora 16 for research before realizing that Windows 8 runs just fine in VirtualBox (better than Windows 7 actually, it doesn't even need guest additions!).