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Fedora 27

GNU/LinuxFedora 27 is here. Announcement (via

Release notes, Upgrading Fedora 26 to Fedora 27. News: LibreOffice 5.4,

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  • 1GHz or faster processor
  • 1GB System Memory
  • 10GB unallocated drive space

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Fedora 27
Authored by: tingo on Monday, January 22 2018 @ 15:03 CET
The F27-20180112 respin live installation images are now available, including the Linux 4.14.13-300 kernel with patches against the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities, as well as all the latest software updates and security fixes.

"The Fedora Respins SIG is pleased to announce the latest release of updated [Fedora] 27 Live ISOs, carrying the 4.14.13- 300 kernel," reads the announcement. "This set of updated ISOs will save about 800 MB of updates after install (for new installs)."

Incorporating Meltdown/Spectre patches means that you can use these new live ISOs to deploy the Fedora 27 Linux operating system on new computers without going to all the trouble of patching the machine against these severe vulnerabilities that affect us all.

The new Fedora 27 Linux ISO respins are available for Fedora 27 Workstation, Fedora 27 Xfce, Fedora 27 LXDE, Fedora 27 LXQt, Fedora 27 KDE, Fedora 27 Cinnamon, Fedora 26 MATE, and Fedora 26 SoaS (Sugar on a Stick) editions, along with the source image.

If you're wondering what you can do with these new Fedora 27 Linux ISO respins, you should know that they are mainly here for new installations, saving you up to 800 MB of updates that you'd normally have to download after installing the operating system using the official installation images.

Fedora 27
Authored by: tingo on Saturday, April 28 2018 @ 22:04 CEST
New third-party repositories easily install Chrome & Steam on Fedora - interesting, even if some software only will install in Fedora 28.
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