Fedora 9 “Sulphur” Released

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The Fedora Project has announced the immediate release of Fedora 9, codenamed Sulphur.

The new release features the latest versions of the two desktop environments, GNOME 2.22 and KDE 4.0.3. In addition it also features PackageKit, a new graphical package manager built on top of the yum system, the latest Firefox 3 Beta 5 brower, a new upgrade system for upgrading to new releases of the distro, Upstart as the system startup mechanism and more.

You can read a summary of the changes on the Fedora Wiki here.

You can download the new release from this page, in either BitTorrent or standard HTTP download using a mirror of your choice. There are three variants to download - an Install-only disc, a GNOME Live CD and a KDE-based Live CD.

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Peter Upfold is a technology enthusiast from the UK. Peter’s interest in Linux stems back to 2003, when curiosity got the better of him and he began using SUSE 9.0. Now he runs Linux Mint 9 on the desktop, runs a CentOS-based web server from home for his personal website and dabbles in all sorts of technology things across the Windows, Mac and open source worlds.

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