Fedora Project officially released Fedora 25 on November twenty second two thousand sixteen. This latest Linux distribution comes in three flavors. Fedora atomic, server, and workstation are now available for download.
All three Fedora 25 versions are free for public download. This Fedora 25 includes bug fixes from previous versions. Fedora 25 workstation is designed for many desktop users that might migrate from Microsoft Windows and or MAC operating system.
All three distributions will run on Advanced Micro Devices and Intel architectures. Versions are available in both x86 32 bit and x84 64 bit. You can upgrade to Fedora 25 from some Fedora distributions without downloading the full version.
Fedora 25 workstation will run on both laptops and desktops. Gnome three is a default desktop environment. Workstation includes Docker support.
Fedora 25 server is manageable via a Cockpit administrator. Postgres SQL is a default database. You can configure this server version as a domain controller with FreeIPA.
Fedora workstation is at least 1.3 gigabytes in size and will run off of a USB drive. An x64 64 bit version of Fedora server is 1.9 gigabytes in size and will run off of a USB drive. Atomic image is a 918 megabytes ISO file.
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Aaron J. Berg is the owner of Anet Computers, host of the Reality PC podcast, and blogger at AnetComputers.com. For over thirteen years, he worked for fortune 500 companies and the United States Federal government supporting computers. Now he helps you solve your most common computer problems.