Fedora 11 hits alpha

Fedora

Codenamed Leonidas, the first alpha release of what will become Fedora 11 is now available, sporting a handful of new features. Along with Ext4 and Btrfs filesystem support, the alpha also includes easier firmware installation via PackageKit and a development snapshot of Gnome 2.26. Snag a copy from here for testing, and check out the complete list of proposed features.

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Btrfs?

We'll see if it's ready by then, I guess...

Looks tasty

Will most likely tempt me away from f9 but it will be on a new box :D

Gnome 2.26

it's quite stable but network is a bit of a pain to configure.

Gnome 2.26

sorry I mean does not auto configure

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