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Fedora 16 Alpha RC2 in testing now!

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The second release candidate for Fedora 16 Alpha is now out for validation testing.

We have to make a call on whether to ship the Alpha on Wednesday, so we don’t have much time to get through the whole set of validation tests – if people could help out with running through these tests, it’d really be great. Just downloading the images and making sure they work for you is awesome, of course, but we need a full set of validation results before the release can go ahead.

There’s three sets of validation tests: installation, base, and desktop.

More here and here




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