Fedora 10 i386 Cambridge

Fedora 10 i386 Cambridge [VMWare Images]
Fedora 10 i386 Cambridge [VMWare Images] | 695 MB

Fedora Linux is a community-based Linux distribution. Fedora is sponsored by Red Hat, Inc.
One of Fedora’s main objectives is not only to contain free and open source software, but also to be on the leading edge of such technologies.
Fedora 10, codenamed "Cambridge", was released on November 25, 2008. The features include a web-based package installer similar to Linux Mint’s, a faster startup using Plymouth instead of Red Hat Graphical Boot, better webcam support, GNOME 2.24, KDE 4.1, RPM 4.6 and many other features


What’s new in Fedora 10
The following are major features for Fedora 10:
1. Wireless connection sharing enables ad hoc network sharing
2. Better setup and use of printers through improved management tools
3. Virtualization storage provisioning for local and remote connections now simplified
4. SecTool is a new security audit and intrusion detection system
5. RPM 4.6 is a major update to the powerful, flexible software management libraries
6. Glitch free audio and better performance is achieved through a rewrite of the PulseAudio sound server to use timer-based audio scheduling
7. Improved webcam support
8. Better support for infrared remote controls makes them easier to connect and work with many applications
9. The paths /usr/local/sbin:/usr/sbin:/sbin have been added to the PATH for normal users, to simplify command-line administration tasks
10. The online account service provides applications with credentials for online accounts listed on http://online.gnome.org
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