The Fedora Project has released the next version of the Fedora Linux distribution — Fedora 11. After the release date was pushed back two times due to last minute bugs (Bug #1, Bug #2) Fedora 11 – code name “Leonidas” – is now available for download.
Some features included in this new release are listed below:
- 20 second boot time
- Change architecture from i386 to i586 default – more info
- Gnome 2.26
- Automatic bug reporting tool
- ext4 as the default file system
- Better fingerprint reader support
- Firefox 3.1
- Thunderbird 3
- Windows cross-compiler
- Improved power management
The full feature list can be found here.
Fedora 11 can also be downloaded from the Fedora FTP server and other FTP mirrors. A full list of mirrors can be found at the Fedora Project Mirror List page. Be sure to select a FTP mirror that is closer to you to help improve download speeds.
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