Fedora 14 released
The free open source operating system distribution Fedora 14 is now available for download.
Fedora 14 includes several new features for developers, system administrators and open source enthusiasts including:
- Framework software for Spice, a rapidly advancing infrastructure for desktop virtualization
- New debugging features for developers, such as support for dynamic/unplanned memory usage tracking and faster launch thanks to pre-generated indexes
- Powerful remote and out-of-band management capabilities with Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) support
- Updated tech preview of the GNOME shell environment, part of the upcoming GNOME 3.0 release
- A subset of new and innovative software from the MeeGoÃ¢â€ž? community for an enhanced experience on netbooks and small devices
- OpenSCAP, an open-source framework for the Security Content Automation Protocol, which provides a framework and approach to maintaining system security backed by NIST standards
- Support for emergent programming languages like D, and refreshed versions of popular languages such as Python 2.7, Erlang R14, and the Rakudo Star implementation of Perl 6.
The total of unique IP addresses across Fedora releases since tracking was initiated at Fedora 7 is more than 25.5 million addresses.