Fedora 10 Released

Posted by jcargoo | Wednesday, November 26, 2008
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If you are a Fedora user, may be time has come to upgrade. Fedora Project has announced the release of Fedora 10 aka Cambridge integrated the latest free and open source software. The new graphical boot system (Fedora 10 Plymouth) speeds up the boot process by taking unfair advantage of the features in new kernel.

Fedora 10 is built on Linux kernel version 2.6.27. This kernel version

comes with enhanced compatibility for popular webcam devices. This version offers installation options for both GNOME 2.24 and KDE 4.1.

Fedora 10 comes with improved security tool called SecTool (audit and intrusion detection system). It includes the OpenOffice.org 3.0 and GNOME 2.24.1.

Fedora 10 also includes a new version of the Network Manager utility, which is used to configure Fedora's connectivity settings. The new version has built-in support for connection sharing. This is useful for instance when a user with a 3G card wants to share it with other computers via an ad hoc WiFi network.

The Fedora's RPM package management system (RPM 4.6) got a major care for this release.

Fedora 10 is available with installable or live versions with GNOME, KDE desktop.

Download the Fedora 10 at Fedora download.
Fedora 10 Accepted Features here.
Installation guide here.

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