Fedora 27 Beta Released

Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 3 October 2017 at 11:27 AM EDT. 4 Comments
After being delayed by two weeks due to bugs, the beta of Fedora 27 is shipping this morning.

Fedora 27 Beta ships with a variety of updates as outlined in this morning's Fedora 27 feature overview ranging from the latest GNOME components to plenty of "under the hood" work.

The official release announcement can be found on the announce list. If you want Fedora 27 beta straight away, head on over to GetFedora.org. The official Fedora 27 debut is penciled in for 7 November, assuming no further delays.
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