posted by Eugenia Loli on Tue 6th Jul 2004 18:34 UTC, submitted by Brad Griffith
Icon"Getting FC2 to a state of desktop readiness is a task that requires a medium amount of skill and will probably take close to a full day for the first workstation (assuming that you have a high-speed Internet connection). Subsequent installs should go more quickly; indeed, I intend for my students to get most of it done during their first three-hour class." Read the article here.

The Fedora team has posted a schedule for their 3rd release. The plan includes SELinux (again), GNOME 2.8 (ignore the 2.6 typo), Evolution 2.0, improved printing, remote desktops via VNC, and Pango support in Mozilla. Planned release date is October 18th.

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