Red Hat and the Fedora Project community this morning have officially
announced the release of Fedora 16. This release, which is codenamed
"Verne", offers up a significant number of original improvements in the
Linux desktop and server space.
Fedora 16 ships with the GNOME 3.2 desktop by default and all of the
latest upstream bits (there's also KDE SC 4.7 for others), support for
the latest version of the D system programming language, the GRUB2
boot-loader by default on new installation, systemd improvements, the
EXT4 driver is being used for EXT2/EXT3 file-systems, many
virtualization improvements (including OpenStack and Aeolus), and a heck
of a lot of other original improvements by Red Hat engineers and the
community. The official Fedora 16 features can be found on this Fedora
Project Wiki page.
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