Fedora 16 with kernel 3.1 and cloud tools
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Red Hat’s Fedora community Linux is released in version 16, code-named “Verne”.
While the nickname on the French author Jules Verne refers to developers, the new version specifically dedicated to the recently deceased inventor of Unix, Dennis Ritchie.
Fedora 16 comes with Gnome 3.2 and KDE 4.7 fresh versions of desktop environments. The system also kernel 3.1 and put Grub second The Ext-4 driver is new in Fedora for the file systems Ext 2 and 3 charge. The developers SysVinit some scripts have to be ported to version 15 introduced Systemd init system.
Fedora 16 is used as the default desktop environment, Gnome 3.2
In addition, the distribution contains a lot of software for cloud computing, including the conductor surface Aeolus, the IaaS Cloud Implementation Condor and the distributed file system HekaFS. Software developers can for example, Perl 5.14, the GCC Python plugins, the Haskell Platform and D2, the latest version of the programming language D.
In the download section there is an installable live images for x86 and x86_64 computers. The so-called spins are already partially completed, as the variants with LXDE and Xfce desktop.