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Old 01-16-2013, 02:02 AM   #1
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LXer: News: Linux Top 3: RHEL 5.9, Fedora 18 and Linux 3.0.58

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After multiple delays, Fedora 18 , aka the Spherical Cow is finally set to arrive on January 15th. Originally set for a November 2012 release, Fedora 18 has been hit with multiple delays related to the massive overhaul of the Anaconda installer. The revised Anaconda is the most obvious and impressive user-facing innovation in Fedora 18, providing a modern interface and tools to get up and running with the Spherical Cow.



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