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Red Hat CFO to Depart, Profit Rises 45%

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Red Hat Inc. said its chief financial officer will step down in late January as the open-source software company posted a 45% profit increase for the latest quarter.

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  • Fedora Linux 23 Reached End of Life, Users Urged to Upgrade to Fedora 24 or 25

    Today, December 20, 2016, was the last day of support for the Fedora 23 Linux operating system, which now officially reached end-of-life (EOL) status and it's no longer supported by Fedora Project.

    Released last year, on November 3, Fedora 23 introduced several GNU/Linux technologies and Open Source software projects that were popular at that moment in time. These include Linux kernel 4.2, GNOME 3.18 desktop environment, the very first Cinnamon Spin, LibreOffice 5, as well as a flavor designed for ARM-based systems.

  • Fedora Project Announces the Release of the DNF 2.0.0 Package Manager for Fedora

    Long-time Fedora developer Michael Mráka proudly announced today, December 20, 2016, the official release and general availability of the DNF 2.0.0 package manager for the Fedora Linux operating system.

    After being in development for the past two and a half months, DNF 2.0.0 and DNF-PLUGINS-CORE 1.0.0 have landed this morning on the stable repositories of Fedora 25, providing users of the RPM-based Linux distro with the next-generation of package management system and plugins suite.

  • DNF 2.0 Package Manager Released

    A wonderful Christmas present this year for Fedora users is the release of DNF 2.0 and it's joined by the DNF-PLUGINS-CORE 1.0 release.

  • RISCVEMU: RISC-V System Emulator, Can Boot Fedora

    RISCVEMU is a RISC-V system emulator designed by the talented developer Fabrice Bellard. This RISC-V emulator supports RISC-V to the extent it can boot the Fedora spin for this architecture.

    If the name Fabrice Bellard doesn't ring a bell for you, he's the developer who founded the QEMU project but also other free software work like FFmpeg. The French developer is also responsible for the Tiny C Compiler, a PC emulator written in JavaScript, the BPG image format, and and other technical accomplishments over the years.

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