Anything for home user and not the technical one??
b330bkn at gmail.com
Fri Jul 23 06:28:02 UTC 2010
On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Christofer C. Bell
<christofer.c.bell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Fedora releases every 6 months, and supports a release for 1 month
> past the release of n+1. This means that Fedora 13, which was
> released May 25 will be supported until, roughly, June of 2011(*).
> This is 13 months and a far cry short of 36 months. Fedora 11 is
> already unsupported and went EOL (End of Life) on June 25th.
> In other words, Fedora 11 cannot be recommended, and should not be
> used. While the recommendation to use Fedora 13 is correct, the
> situation is actually a little more dire than outlined above.
> Perhaps you're thinking of Debian. ;-)
> (*) I say "roughly" because it's likely the Fedora 15 will not release
> on schedule and the EOL date for F13 is determined by the day of
> release of Fedora 15. That EOL date will be one month later.
>  http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/LifeCycle
>  http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/End_of_life
>  https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/announce/2010-June/002830.html
>  http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/timeline/aadf5118b030ea3e97f46eee27a4478e.png
Correct but for the new users (like me and the beginners) if they have
somehow installed the fedora 11 would it be a good idea to suddenly
upgrade to fedora 13 and that also from the terminal without knowing
the complete method that way or should again install it, becuase for
newbies and beginners, even if we work initially for fedora 11 (till
we know the basic) we can in future directly upgrade or reinstall?
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