[in the news] Fedora 12 debuts after Halloween slippage
kschiltz at redhat.com
Tue Nov 17 22:06:52 UTC 2009
Fedora 12 debuts after Halloween slippage
November trick or treat
By Timothy Prickett Morgan
Fedora 12 made its official debut today, after a two-week slippage in
its release schedule.
Codenamed "Constantine," the new RedHat community Linux distro includes
management features pulled from RHEL 5, improved support for netbooks,
and a much-improved NetworkManager. The latter provides a graphical
display of the WiFi networks in range and a browser plug-in for the
PackageKit application installation program that allows for the
installation of applications onto Fedora through HTML tags.
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