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Fedora 12 Released 236

Posted by timothy
from the new-hat-for-the-holidays dept.
AdamWill writes "The Fedora Project is pleased to announce the release of Fedora 12 today. With all the latest open source software and major improvements to graphics support, networking, virtualization and more, Fedora 12 is one of the most exciting releases so far. You can download it here. There's a one-page guide to the new release for those in a hurry. The full release announcement has details on the major features, and the release notes contain comprehensive information on changes in this new release. Known issues are documented on the common bugs page."
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Fedora 12 Released

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday November 17, 2009 @02:45PM (#30132288)

    I have been thinking of getting a tablet pc for convenience in bed...

    I know what you mean... I find it tiresome to have to turn my head to the desktop monitor every 15 seconds to follow the story line of "Anal Avengers 7" during foreplay.

  • by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday November 17, 2009 @02:48PM (#30132356)

    They'll work the bugs out of Fedora 12 just in time for Fedora 13 to come out. Plus Fedora 13 will be better. // also holding out for 2160p Hi-Def 3-D Smell-A-Vision

  • by Hognoxious (631665) on Tuesday November 17, 2009 @02:55PM (#30132488) Homepage Journal

    OMG it's going to hit us!!!!

    Oh, sorry. Wrong story.

  • by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday November 17, 2009 @02:57PM (#30132518)

    Hi there, you must be from Digg. How are things going at the other news aggregate? Still rick rolling each other?

  • by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday November 17, 2009 @03:43PM (#30133368)

    There are no bugs in pulseaudio, the only problem with pulseaudio is you don't love it enough. If everyone could just get to know pulseaudio, to see it for what it truly is rather than just what you read about it, then I think you will find that pulseaudio not only manages your sound, but saves the environment, fixes the economy, cures cancer, and creates world peace.

    You would have to be insane not to use pulseaudio, however that requirement will not be a problem for me...

  • by smoker2 (750216) on Tuesday November 17, 2009 @08:35PM (#30137810) Homepage Journal
    It's nice to see someone who knows something post for a change. I have F9 and I never had to install "out of band" rpms to get ntfs working.In fact my FC4 install seems to write to NTFS partitions fine. But you have to bear in mind we are surrounded by ubuntu losers here, those who are only linux users because it was sold to them in an attractive manner. The rest of us are here because it was the right thing to do. They are here because it was the trendy thing to do.

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