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Korora 23 Screencast and Screenshots
Korora 23 Screencast
The Korora Project has released version 23 (codename "Coral") which is now available for download.
Existing 23 beta users do not need to re-install, just keep installing regular updates.
For the last three months we have been waiting for the RPMFusion repositories to be declared stable before releasing Korora 23. These community packages provide support for things that Fedora doesn't normally ship, like multi-media codecs and proprietary kernel drivers. Normally, the stable RPMFusion repositories are available a few weeks after a Fedora release, however the community has moved to new infrastructure and this has caused some delays.
The RPMFusion testing repositories have been quite stable for the Korora 23 beta however, so we have decided to ship Korora 23 with them anyway. Once available, Korora 23 systems will use the RPMFusion stable repositories automatically.
As usual, you can find a list of already known problems at the common F23 bugs page.
Coral, a special name
Sadly, core developer Jim (ozjd) Dean's mother passed away a few months ago. Her name was Coral and out of respect for Jim we have decided to name this release in her memory. It fits the Korora tradition perfectly, as Coral is also the name of Nemo's mum in Finding Nemo.
Derived from Fedora 23, Korora benefits from Fedora's long tradition of bringing the latest technologies to open source software users.
A complete list with details of each new inherited feature is available at the Fedora 23 Change Set page.