Posted by: Admin on Jan 02, 2008 - 02:18 PM
We are proud to announce: Linux Identity Kit containing fresh and hot Fedora 8 (codenamed Werewolf) is coming to Barnes & Noble book stores.
There are 2 bootable DVDs attached to magazine: for 32-bit and 64-bit systems equipped with Intel and AMD processors. Articles describe installation and configuration process.
Fedora 8 comes with a huge set of new and upgraded features and applications; among them: kernel 2.6.23, GNOME 2.20 (with Evolution mail notification), KDE 3.5.7 (KDE 4.0 is available from repositories), XFCE 4.4.1, GIMP 2.4.0, Network Manager 0.7 (improved wireless support), a sound server Pulse Audio (different volumes for different applications, hot-plugging support for USB sound devices and support for audio over the network), Codec Buddy, Compiz-Fusion for advanced visual effects, IcedTea (free and open source Java environment) and a great office suite OpenOffice 2.3. You'll also enjoy improved graphical tools for firewall configuration, enhanced printer management and an update for Bluetooth integration.
Fedora 8 is a very universal distro. It can be used as an operating system for desktops, workstations and servers. There are also many features qualifying Fedora 8 as a good choice for notebook users.
Table of contents
1. Articles available in Linux Identity magazine
2. An additional article already available only from Linux Identity website
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