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The Wayland Issues Still Ahead Of Fedora 24

Back in January was a look at How Close Fedora Is To Switching To Wayland By Default while this week is an update about the issues still blocking Wayland from becoming the default for the next Fedora Linux release.

19 February 2016 - Fedora 24 Wayland Issues - 16 Comments
Fedora 24 Will Likely Be Delayed

While we are not even up to the alpha release yet of Fedora 24, there's a call to already push back the entire schedule by up to a few weeks.

7 January 2016 - Fedora 24 Potential Delay - 11 Comments
DNF 1.1.5 Fixes A Number Of Bugs

DNF 1.1.5 is available today to mark the new year and provide a number of bug fixes for this package manager used on modern versions of Fedora Linux.

4 January 2016 - DNF 1.1.5 - 6 Comments
Fedora's Rawhide Continues Becoming More Reliable

Fedora Rawhide -- the unstable, nightly grounds of Fedora Linux -- had enjoyed improvements in 2015 to ensure users of it have a better experience while more improvements are still planned for the year ahead.

3 January 2016 - Plus More Improvements Coming - 25 Comments
Fedora Linux Had A Very Productive, Tremendous Year

With the releases this year of Fedora 22 and Fedora 23, Fedora stakeholders should be proud of themselves with the quality of Fedora releases/support continuing to go up while driving a lot of new innovation and success into Linux. About the only gripe I have with the latest Fedora releases is that they no longer ship with any fun codenames to talk about...

29 December 2015 - Fedora Recap - 4 Comments
GCC 6 Is Being Planned For Fedora 24

It shouldn't come as much of a surprise since Fedora tends to always ship the latest version of the GNU Compiler Collection at release time, but planning is now underway for landing GCC 6 into Fedora 24.

22 December 2015 - GCC 6.1 - Add A Comment
Does SELinux Have Much Of A Performance Impact On Fedora 23?

Going back many years, SELinux would receive much criticism over slowing down the system's performance and causing an assortment of other problems. In the early days of Fedora it would often be wise to disable Security Enhanced Linux, but in the past few years it's been in good shape. With modern hardware, is there much of a performance impact in keeping SELinux enabled?

16 December 2015 - SELinux Performance - 28 Comments

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