Skip to comments.Fedora 10 Cambridge Released
Posted on 12/03/2008 4:28:18 AM PST by Halfmanhalfamazing
Following several months in development, Red Hat has just released Fedora 10 (codenamed Cambridge). A number of new Red Hat innovations can be found in this release, such as Plymouth, and there are many updated packages such as those from X.Org and the Linux kernel. In this article are some screenshots from Fedora 10 final along with some of the other features that make up the tenth release of this very popular Linux distribution.
(Excerpt) Read more at phoronix.com ...
This shows just how computer literate I am. I thought this was some group like the Chicago 7.
Red Hat has just released Fedora 10
Well thank heavens for that! My Coonskin 1 was getting mighty peeved....
LOL! 'Free the Fedora 10!'
Fedora 10 rocks! What a great CD! Needs more COWBELL!
Okay, all kidding aside. I have downloaded it and I have it running in VirtualBox. It’s pretty cool, but I’m a PCLOS guy and I’m having a hard time figuring out how to install/delete packages. The “start” menu takes some getting used to, but otherwise, it looks like a pretty fine distribution.
< / James Earl Jones voice >
Well, technically, it should be 'Fedora 10, the Free!' I mean if you want to be accurate about it.
Large explosion south of Sumter.
For reference. 5 min ago.
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