Free from XP (with Fedora)

Linux New Media has published a special edition magazine called Free From XP, which features a DVD with Fedora 20 Desktop Edition and the LXDE Spin, and includes articles from Fedora contributors about getting started with our favorite distro. This… Continue Reading →

Fedora 20 for IBM System Z 64bit

The Fedora 20 GA release for the IBM System z is here. This time again a few weeks later than the primary release mainly because of me being on vacation (again :-)) during the December holidays. The difference to primary… Continue Reading →

PSA on Upgrading to Fedora 20 Using FedUp

With the release of Fedora 20 yesterday, a number of users have discovered a bug with upgrading using fedup 0.7.0. Never fear, though: You can upgrade using fedup 0.8.0. Adam Williamson sent out a note to the test-announce mailing list… Continue Reading →

It Is Certain! Heisenbug Unleashed

Fedora 20, code-named “Heisenbug,” is available today, but don’t worry–it won’t disappear when you try to look at it. This release brings tons of new features paves the way for exciting work to come in future releases of Fedora. Let’s… Continue Reading →

Fedora 20 final status is a go

At the Fedora 20 Final Go/No-Go Meeting today, it was agreed to go with the Fedora 20 launch date by Fedora QA and Fedora Development. Fedora 20 will be publicly available on Tuesday, December 17, 2013. Fedora 20 Heisenbug will be ready… Continue Reading →

Fedora 20 Final Release Slipped

The Fedora 20 release will be delayed by at least one week, due to unresolved blocker bugs. The decision was made at the Go/No-Go meeting held on Thursday, 5 December. Jaroslav Reznik announced the slip later on Thursday. Before a… Continue Reading →

Fedora 20 Beta to slip by one week

At the Go/No-Go meeting (you can read the meeting minutes here), it was decided to slip Fedora 20 Beta release by one week due to unresolved blocker bugs not being fixed by the time of meeting. Due to constrained schedule,… Continue Reading →

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