Fedora 14 codename Laughlin is coming soon (2010-11-02) and Fedora 14 Beta final version is available very soon (2010-09-28). Check also Fedora 14 Install Guide or upgrade Fedora 13 to Fedora 14. I have done some testing with Fedora 14 (Alpha, Beta RC1 and Beta RC2) on my laptop and everything works smoothly. Soon I will revise all this blog Fedora guides and software installation instructions and update them to work with Fedora 14 Laughlin.
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Fedora 13 is released. This is overview, what’s new features found on new Fedora 13 release. Main Software Updates, Changes and Features New Software Shotwell – Open source photo manager for GNOME Deja-dup – Déjà Dup (day-ja-doop) is a simple backup tool. It hides the complexity of doing backups the Right Way (encrypted, off-site, and regular) and uses duplicity as the backend. Pino – Twitter and Identi.ca client for Linux desktop Simple Scan – Simple Scanning Utility New Software Versions
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Fedora team promises to bring to you the latest and greatest release of Fedora ever, Fedora 12! Many things are really changed and improved. Fedora 12 also brings lots of new packages. Here is some highlights from Fedora 12 new stuff Optimized performance – 32-bit architecture software packages have been compiled with special optimization for the Intel Atom processors without losing compatibility with the overwhelming majority of CPUs. Smaller and faster updates – Fedora 12 uses yum-presto plugin as default.