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Old 12-11-2008, 11:40 AM   #1
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LXer: Fedora 10 a Solid Linux Choice for Workstations, Development Servers

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The latest version of Fedora, the Linux-based operating system, gives users a peek at what they can expect to see in future Linux distributions from Red Hat and other vendors. Fedora 10 offers a broad security framework and new audit capabilities, and gives Linux enthusiasts a good way to upgrade from Fedora 9. However, those who use the Linux-based OS shouldn't expect any support from Red Hat.



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