RPM Fusion Starts Rolling Out For Fedora 22
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 9 May 2015 at 09:48 AM EDT. 13 Comments
FEDORA --
For early adopters of Fedora 22 that have been missing out on the packages provided by the third-party RPM Fusion repository, they have started rolling out their support for this next Fedora Linux release.

Initially the RPM Fusion Fedora 22 support is limited to the free repository and is just a rebuild of all F21 packages for F22. However, with time more of the packages will come. Initially supported architectures are i686, x86_64, and ARMv7 hardfp.


More details on the RPM Fusion availability for Fedora 22 can be found via this blog post.
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