|| ||Phil Knirsch <pknirsch-AT-redhat.com> |
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|| ||Announcing the release of Fedora 19 for Power |
|| ||Wed, 03 Jul 2013 16:46:08 +0200|
|| ||Article, Thread
The Fedora Secondary Arch Team for Power is delighted to announce the
release of Fedora 19 ("Schrödinger's Cat") for Power architecture. Open
the box and take a look for yourself!
Fedora is a leading-edge, free and open source operating system that
continues to deliver innovative features to many users, with a new
release about every six months.
Download it now:
Detailed information about this release on Power can be seen in the
For the general release notes for this release take a look here:
** What's New in Fedora 19 for Power? **
* The new LLVMPipe rendering engine is now fully functional and enabled
by default. This greatly speeds up graphics rendering on systems with no
3D graphics drivers or working with VNC sessions.
A complete list with details of each new feature is available here:
*** Downloads, upgrades, documentation, and common bugs ***
Start by downloading Fedora 19:
If you are upgrading from a previous release of Fedora, refer to:
Fedora now includes FedUp in order to enable an easy upgrade to Fedora 19.
*** Documentation ***
Read the full release notes for Fedora 19, guides for several languages,
and learn about known bugs and how to report new ones:
Because of the number of changes to the installer, we particularly
suggest taking a peek at the Installation Guide:
Fedora 19 common bugs are documented at:
This page includes information on several known bugs in the installer,
so we recommend reading it before installing Fedora 19.
*** Contributing ***
We can't build Fedora inside a box. We need your help! Bug reports are
especially helpful--if you encounter any issues, please report them!
Fedora is a fantastic, friendly community, and we have many ways in
which you can contribute, including documentation, marketing, design,
QA, and development.
To learn how to help us, visit:
*** Fedora 20 ***
Fedora 20 has been in active development for several months already. We
plan to release it in November 2013, though the final schedule is part
of the planning process and subject to change:
*** Contact information ***
If you are a journalist or reporter, you can find additional information
In the name of the whole Fedora Secondary Arch Team for Power i'd like
to thank everyone making this an awesome release.
Thanks & regards, Phil
Philipp Knirsch | Tel.: +49-711-96437-470
Manager Core Services | Fax.: +49-711-96437-111
Red Hat GmbH | Email: Phil Knirsch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wankelstrasse 5 | Web: http://www.redhat.com/
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