Fedora gets nips and tucks with 14 release
Fedora Gets Nips and Tucks with 14 Release
Where in the world is RHEL 6?
By Timothy Prickett Morgan
The Fedora Project, the open source community that creates the Linux
variant that eventually becomes Red Hat's commercial-grade Enterprise
Linux distro, has kicked out the "Laughlin" Fedora 14 release. Jared
Smith, who took over as Fedora Project Leader in June
has one notch on his belt now.
You can see the release notes for Fedora 14 here
you can check out /El Reg/'s review of the beta of the Laughlin release
back in September here
can get the Fedora 14 code and look at the new community site at
Fedora 14 is based on the Linux 2.6.35 kernel. Perhaps the most
important change with Fedora 14 is that it is now concurrently available
out on Amazon's EC2 compute cloud on launch day.
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