Fedora's Warewolf Sees The Moon
The latest release of Fedora Linux — Red Hat's community-developed version — has hit the street, going by the codename Warewolf.
The new release includes a number of much-anticipated features, including a new visual style, Compiz (though not enabled by default), new sound utilities for proprietary codecs, the PolicyKit authentication system, and quite a bit more. The distribution is available for download from Fedora's website.
Justin Ryan is a Contributing Editor for Linux Journal.
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