Fedora 21 Released – A Quick Review with Screenshots and Upgrade to Fedora 21 from Older Versions

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Hanny Helal

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4 Responses

  1. Jim Service says:

    I tried the x86_64 workstation live version. It boots up but will not start X. Complains about no “nv” module. I was trying to install on a MacBook Pro 2010 (64 bit, efi boot, NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M graphics).
    Needless to say not impresses. I have used Fedora more years than I can remember and never had this.

    Jim

  2. Pierre-Luc Delisle says:

    I tried Fedora 21 Server in VM. Cockpit is really nice. I will switch my workstation from Windows to Fedora 21. I’m more used to CentOS and always chose CentOS over other distributions because of its stability but I feel like this release of Fedora is rock solid.

    • Hanny Helal says:

      I couldn’t agree more with you, Fedora 21 is the only release that stayed installed on my computer for more than 10 minutes :D I didn’t like the older releases of Fedora, but this one was pretty good, specially the MATE spin with Compiz.

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