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Fedora 13

Fedora 13 Release Features
(downloads are at the bottom of the page)

As always, Fedora continues to develop (http://www.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Red_Hat_contributions) and integrate the latest free and open source software (http://www.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features). The following sections provide a brief overview of major changes from the last release of Fedora. For more details about other features that are included in Fedora 13 refer to their individual wiki pages that detail feature goals and progress:

http://www.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/13/FeatureList

Throughout the release cycle, there are interviews with the developers behind key features giving out the inside story: http://www.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Interviews

The following are major features for Fedora 13:

  • Automatic print driver installation
  • Automatic language pack installation
  • Redesigned user account tool
  • Color management to calibrate monitors and scanners
  • Experimental 3D support for NVIDIA video cards

Some other features in this release include:

  • A new way to install Fedora over the Internet
  • SSSD authentication for users
  • Updates to NFS
  • Zarafa Open Source edition, a new open-source groupware suite
  • System rollback for the Btrfs file system
  • Better SystemTap probes
  • A Python 3 stack that can be installed parallel to an existing Python stack
  • Support for the entire Java EE 6 spec in Netbeans 6.8?

Features for Fedora 13 tracked on the feature list page: http://www.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/13/FeatureList

A discussion putting these features in context may be found at:http://www.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_13_Talking_Points

  • Fedora 13 i386 DVD ISO
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    • File Description: This is the Fedora 13 DVD image for Intel-compatible 32-bit CPUs (and 64-bit CPUs running in 32-bit mode). You will need software such as Nero Burning ROM to extract this image and burn it to a DVD.

  • Fedora 13 i686 Live Gnome CD ISO
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    • File Description: This is a fully operational Live CD for Intel 32-bit compatible systems (or 64-bit systems running in 32-bit mode). You can boot this CD and try out Fedora 13 without installing anything on your computer. If you like it, you can then install it right from the CD. This version of the CD uses Gnome for the desktop environment.

  • Fedora 13 i686 Live KDE CD ISO
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    • File Description: This is a fully operational Live CD for Intel 32-bit compatible systems (or 64-bit systems running in 32-bit mode). You can boot this CD and try out Fedora 13 without installing anything on your computer. If you like it, you can then install it right from the CD. This version of the CD uses KDE for the desktop environment.

  • Fedora 13 x86-64 DVD ISO
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    • File Description: This is the Fedora 13 DVD image for computers with Intel compatible 64-bit-capable CPUs. You will need software such as Nero Burning ROM to extract this image and burn it to a DVD. You can verify the integrity of the download using the checksum file located here.

  • Fedora 13 x86-64 Live Gnome CD ISO
    Click Here For Download Info
    • File Description: This is a fully operational Live CD for Intel 64-bit compatible systems. You can boot this CD and try out Fedora 13 without installing anything on your computer. If you like it, you can then install it right from the CD. This version of the CD uses Gnome for the desktop environment.

  • Fedora 13 x86-64 Live KDE CD ISO
    Click Here For Download Info
    • File Description: This is a fully operational Live CD for Intel 64-bit compatible systems. You can boot this CD and try out Fedora 13 without installing anything on your computer. If you like it, you can then install it right from the CD. This version of the CD uses KDE for the desktop environment.
 


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