Fedora Server 30 (x86_64)

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Fedora Server 30 (x86_64)

The Fedora distribution is the proving ground for features that are eventually incorporated into Red Hat Enterprise Linux [1]. Fedora Server for data centers features the latest technologies for cloud and bare metal and bills itself as a secure and easy-to-administer "short-lifecycle, community-supported" operating system [2]. It includes the following features:

  • Linux System Roles [3]: roles and modules for configuring subsystems
  • Multiarch: x86_64 and aarch64 architectures
  • Added flexibility: modular package groupings, multiple software streams, and profiles for specific use cases
  • Updated packages: GCC 9, Bash 5.0, and PHP 7.3

 

 

 

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