Fedora 10 Released

FedoraThe Fedora team has announced the public release of Fedora 10, the latest stable upgrade release of the popular Linux operating system. Users may download DVD and CD install media (iso images) for x86, x86-64,and ppc architectures.

Additionally, Live CD iso images for Gnome and KDE desktop are also available for x86 and x86-64 architectures.


You may download an iso image for your platform here.

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