Fedora 21 Alpha Finally Sees The Light Of Day

Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 23 September 2014 at 10:03 AM EDT. 3 Comments
As anticipated, Fedora 21 in alpha form was just released this morning.

Dennis Gilmore announced the release of Fedora 21 Alpha, the first step of Fedora.Next that's been troubled by multiple development delays and now won't be officially launching until December -- one year after the Fedora 20 debut. Fortunately, at least, there's a lot to make up for the delays. Fedora 21 features countless updated packages, improvements to the different Fedora roles, and much more. Over the night I wrote more at length about the Fedora 21 features.

The official release announcement of Fedora 21 Alpha can be found on the Fedora mailing list. I'll be firing up Fedora 21 Alpha on a few test systems and see how she performs.
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