Hello Fedora world!
Yes, that's right! It's done! Bring out the horns, spread the
news, the Unofficial Fedora FAQ is updated for Fedora Core 6!
There are a LOT of changes in the new FAQ:
* Updated yum configuration
* Updated Java instructions
* Uses mozplugger for PDFs instead of Acrobat Reader
* Uses ntfs-3g so you can read and write to your NTFS drives
* Help for 64-bit users, since I now have a 64-bit machine!
And there are lots and lots of other improvements--I went over
every question, in detail, to make sure that each one was good.
Enjoy the updated FAQ! And as always, please do contribute:
The Insider FAQ: Linux Made Simple.
Just a quick blurb.
Fedora 7 Test 1 has been released today. For this particular release, we only
did a Desktop spin of the package collection. We are still fine tuning
targetted spins of the collection as part of the merger of Core and Extras.
We also produced a LiveCD that has the ability to install to your harddrive,
should you wish.
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/7 has the gory details of our work on
the 7th release of Fedora.
DVD, CD and network installation are available.
Please read the Important Warnings below in this announcement for more
The recommended method of download is via BitTorrent from this site.
HTTP, FTP, and RSYNC downloads are available from Fedora Project mirrors
listed above. Note that not all mirrors may be synced at this time.
Release Engineer: Fedora