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Fedora 14 Released and Reviewed — Advanced, and Not For Wimps

November 2nd, 2010 11:55 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Several readers have sent word that Fedora 14, codenamed Laughlin, has been released. A brief listing of the major changes has been posted, and the download is available at the Fedora project’s site. Reader jfruhlinger points out a quick review of the new version, saying, “Remember the days when being a Linux user was like being part of a select priesthood — arcane knowledge needed, but great rewards? Steven Vaughan-Nichols has tested out Fedora 14, and that was how it went. No Ubuntu-style handholding, but some powerful new features.”

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