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Slashdot Items Tagged "fedora"

Date / TimeStory
Tuesday September 23, 2014 @10:27AM Fedora 21 Alpha Released
Tuesday June 03, 2014 @10:53AM Matthew Miller Named New Fedora Linux Project Leader
Thursday March 06, 2014 @12:38PM Fedora To Have a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" For Contributors
Sunday December 29, 2013 @04:18PM Kernel DBus Now Boots With Systemd On Fedora
Tuesday May 28, 2013 @08:40PM Fedora 19 Beta Released: Alive, Dead, or Neither?
Thursday May 23, 2013 @09:14AM Meet Pidora, the New Official Fedora Remix For Raspberry Pi
Saturday April 20, 2013 @11:36PM Improving the Fedora Boot Experience
Tuesday January 22, 2013 @09:48AM Fedora 19 Nixing MySQL in Favor of MariaDB
Tuesday January 15, 2013 @08:16PM Fedora 18 Released
Friday January 04, 2013 @08:19PM Fedora 18 Release Slips Another Week
Thursday July 19, 2012 @11:29AM Ubuntu Unity Ported To Fedora Using OpenSUSE
Thursday May 31, 2012 @03:00PM Red Hat Will Pay Microsoft To Get Past UEFI Restrictions
Tuesday May 29, 2012 @10:21AM Fedora 17 Released
Tuesday March 20, 2012 @01:02PM Tom's Hardware Tests and Reviews Fedora 16 and Gnome 3
Thursday February 16, 2012 @10:46PM Fedora 16, OpenSuse 12.1 Betas With Gnome 3.2
Tuesday November 08, 2011 @12:39PM Fedora 16 Released
Sunday November 06, 2011 @01:44PM GNOME Shell No Longer Requires GPU Acceleration
Thursday June 09, 2011 @09:38AM Fedora 16 To Use Btrfs Filesystem By Default
Thursday June 02, 2011 @01:56PM Fedora 15 Released
Wednesday June 01, 2011 @09:34AM Kororaa 14 Released; Think of it as Linux Mint for Fedora
Thursday May 26, 2011 @02:35PM Fedora 16 Will Number UIDs From 1000
Saturday May 21, 2011 @06:31PM Linux Gets Dynamic Firewalls In Fedora 15
Tuesday March 22, 2011 @09:19PM Google Names Winners For Summer of Code 2011
Tuesday January 25, 2011 @10:52PM Fedora 15 Changes Network Device Naming Scheme
Tuesday January 25, 2011 @01:24PM Fedora Infrastructure Compromised
Monday November 15, 2010 @06:18AM Fedora Project Drops SQLNinja 'Hacker' Tool
Wednesday November 10, 2010 @08:30PM Red Hat Releases RHEL 6
Tuesday August 31, 2010 @03:52PM No More Need To Reboot Fedora w/ Ksplice
Thursday July 08, 2010 @07:53PM OLPC's XO-1.75 Laptop To Have a Multitouch Screen
Friday May 28, 2010 @02:03PM Fedora 13 Is Out
Friday May 28, 2010 @12:09PM Work Underway To Return Xen Support To Fedora 13
Wednesday March 10, 2010 @08:03PM Fedora 13 Alpha Released
Friday February 19, 2010 @10:20AM Open Source 3D Nvidia Driver Is Ready For Fedora 13
Friday January 15, 2010 @05:37PM Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 2 vs. Early Fedora 13 Benchmarks
Friday November 20, 2009 @08:41AM Fedora 12 Package Installation Policy Tightened
Thursday November 19, 2009 @05:53AM Fedora 12 Lets Users Install Signed Packages, Sans Root Privileges
Tuesday November 17, 2009 @03:05PM Fedora 12 Released
Thursday October 22, 2009 @03:05PM Fedora 12 Beta Released
Tuesday June 09, 2009 @02:16PM Fedora 11 Is Now Available
Saturday January 24, 2009 @06:07AM Fedora 11 To Default To the Ext4 File System
Monday October 27, 2008 @01:18PM Best OS For Netbooks and Underpowered Tablets?
Thursday November 08, 2007 @05:12PM Fedora 8 officially released
Tuesday March 06, 2007 @11:11AM Red Hat Readies RHEL 5 for March 14 Launch
Tuesday January 09, 2007 @05:19AM Fedora Core and Fedora Extras To Merge
Friday December 15, 2006 @08:44AM Fedora Project to Help Revitalize RPM
Tuesday October 24, 2006 @11:10PM Fedora Core 6 Released
Tuesday August 08, 2006 @07:24PM What's Fedora Up To? Ask the Project Leader
Sunday July 30, 2006 @11:55AM Fedora Welcomes Women to FOSS
Wednesday June 28, 2006 @02:26AM Fedora Core 6 Preview
Friday June 09, 2006 @01:40AM Working Model of MIT $100 Laptop a Hit
Sunday May 14, 2006 @09:11PM The Fedora Core 5 Install Experience
Thursday April 27, 2006 @11:24AM Fedora's OpenGL Composite Desktop
Thursday April 27, 2006 @11:24AM Fedora Core 5 Available
Thursday April 27, 2006 @11:24AM Initial Reactions to Fedora Core 5
Thursday April 27, 2006 @11:24AM Fedora Core 5 Review
Thursday April 27, 2006 @11:23AM Red Hat Gives up on Fedora Foundation
Wednesday March 22, 2006 @11:46PM Slashback: ODF Wars, Duval Layoff, French DRM

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