Community brings final Fedora 22 from




The Fedora community has released Tuesday completely to planning version 22 of its namesake operating system. Apart from the regular version are also available five other flavors, such as the KDE and Xfce desktop environment with.

The community worked weeks on release. Recently published another beta version, but until Tuesday the developers considered the latest release of the Linux distribution ready for the public. The version does not radically different from its predecessors, offering particularly further improvements.

Thus, in all editions of the classic Fedora yum package management replaced by dandified Yum, or Dnf-yum. The successor of the management should perform better. In addition, the use of Libsolv Dnf-yum, a dependency resolver from the OpenSUSE stable.

The GNOME release of Fedora 22 also features the new notification system for Gnome 3:16. In addition to numerous small changes that offers major changes to the default appearance. So is the notification menu now in the middle of the top bar. The notification system also displays the history of notifications and calendar can now display world times.

In addition, the Server edition is now standard use of the xfs file system. It runs on top of lvm volumes, except for the boot sector because it is technically impossible. The filesystem is within cloud environments more scalable and can also occur during use defragmentation.

Fedora is one of three Linux distributions from Red Hat. The OS is also available free of charge except for Gnome in five different flavors, namely KDE, Xfce, LXDE, MATE Compiz and Sugar on a Stick. Red Hat earns money mainly by the commercial Red Hat Enterprise Linux distro. That distribution was last year equipped with the xfs file system.


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