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Fedora 10 Snapshot 1 Released

Fedora

Published on 11 October 2008 08:36 AM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora
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The Fedora 10 Beta was released less than two weeks ago, but Red Hat's Jesse Keating has today announced a new test release. Fedora 10 Snapshot 1 is a package snapshot of the current state of Fedora Rawhide but in Live CD form. Both KDE and GNOME desktop spins are available along with x86 and x86_64 builds. Fedora 10 Snapshot 1 isn't installable though due to bugs with the Red Hat Anaconda installer at this time. The release announcement can be read on fedora-announce. Fedora 10 snapshots are only distributed via Bit Torrent.

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