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Kalpik Nigam

Fedora Core 7 “Moonshine” released!

May 31st 2007 in Fedora, Linux, Open Source

The Fedora Project has announced the release of Fedora 7, code name “Moonshine”: “Howdy, cousins! Welcome to our little Fedora hollow, where we’ve brewed up some mighty, mighty Fedora 7 Moonshine for your enjoyment.

The latest version of the popular distribution comes with a number of new features, including “spins”, or variations of Fedora built from a specific set of software packages, the latest GNOME 2.18 and KDE 3.5.6 desktops, fast user switching, improved internationalisation support, a new SELinux troubleshooting tool, significantly faster package management utilities, a new kernel-based virtual machine technology, and many other enhancements. Please read the release announcement and consult the release notes for detailed information.

Get it HERE.

6 comments to...
“Fedora Core 7 “Moonshine” released!”

gr8 news! Looks killer as usual ! But i loved those SPINS !! 😉


Have you tried it ? I don’t have broadband and so can’t try out these distros fresh! Must wait for some magazine to give them away … You could write a short review of it 😀


It is Fedora 7…they have removed Core from it’s name. It is a splendid release. I have yet to find a flaw in it. It is extremely fast. they have made changes to yum, and it has become faster too.


Fedora 7 it is.. My bad. 🙂


hi can u give me link to d/l this



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Was just trying out AOL AVS, and noticed something.. The file gets downloaded from this directory:

And surprise surprise! Its got a new file there upon installing which, it says v6.0.2.621

Ss listed on…pter=186435857

It is the LATEST version of KAV 6! And its vista compatible too! 😀

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