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Old 07-10-2009, 07:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Fedora 9 is dead. Long Live Fedora 10 and 11?

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From its initial creation out of what was once the Red Hat Linux distribution, Fedora has always been a fast moving distribution. As part of that fast moving approach, older releases don't live all that long. The current policy is that releases will live only until one month after the N-2 (next two) release is out. Fedora 11 came out one month ago and now its time for Fedora 9 to go away. Only problem is - there are still 3 million users of Fedora 9.



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