Fedora 21 Officially Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 9 December 2014 at 10:11 AM EST. 13 Comments
FEDORA --
Fedora 21 was officially released just a few minutes ago.

One year after the introduction of Fedora 20 and going through many changes this year with the Fedora.Next initiative (and going through multiple delays in delivering F21), Fedora 21 finally greets the world today. Fedora 21 features all of the latest GNOME 3.14 software, is powered by the Linux 3.17 kernel, and has a ton of other improvements and changes as noted in dozens of Phoronix articles. Fedora 21 Server users also have Docker improvements, cloud computing enhancements, and the new Cockpit console.

For those not already well familiar with Fedora 21, which I've already considered to be the best Fedora 21 release since the Fedora Core days, learn more via the release announcement that just hit the wire along with Red Hat's press release.
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