Fedora 24 Slated To Receive Default Local DNS Resolver & Node.js 4.2
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 2 December 2015 at 09:51 AM EST. 7 Comments
FEDORA --
There's just over one month to go until the change checkpoint for Fedora 24. New features continue to be proposed.

The latest feature proposals for Fedora 24 include:

- A default local DNS resolver. This was proposed back for Fedora 22 but didn't end up materializing in time. Fedora 24 is looking to do DNSSEC validation locally by having an Unbound server installed and running by default along with dnssec-trigger where needed. This will be integrated with NetworkManager on Fedora Workstation/Server 24. More details via the Fedora Project Wiki.

- The other change to mention at this time is Node.js 4.2 as the project's newest LTS release.
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