Wednesday, April 28, 2010

What is new in Fedora 13 ?

Automatic Print Driver Installation : gutenprint-packages such as cups, hpijs and pbm2l2030 must be installed on demand when the hardware that require drivers are detected.

Color Management : Color Manager GNOME session is a framework that makes it easy to handle, install and create color profiles in the GNOME desktop

Easier Debugging Python : The gdb debugger has been extended so that it can communicate detailed information about the inner workings of Python 2 and Python 3 runtimes 

3D Support: In Fedora 12 experimental support for 3D through-mesa-dri package-experimental drivers for ATI cards became available and has been expanded in Fedora 13 to support the systems through Nouveau Nvidia Driver.

PulseAudio Integration KDE  : Fedora 13 offers a better integration of PulseAudio in Phonon KDE and KMix

Bluetooth DUN NetworkManager: NetworkManager now supports easy-to-use Bluetooth Dial-Up Networking (DUN) support.

Include include Gnome 2.30.

Mobile NetworkManager Status : The NetworkManager applet shows the current signal strength, technology (GPRS / EDGE / UMTS / HSPA or 1x/EVDO etc), and roaming status while connected to the cards which support this functionality.

Fedora 13 SC have KDE 4.4, GNOME 2.30, support NFSv4, RPM 4.8, support both Python 3 and Python 2.x, 3.2.0, the Sugar desktop 0.88 (famous for its integration into the XO laptop One Laptop Per Child project), Firefox 3.6.2, and Upstart 0.6.0.


இரா.கதிர்வேல் said...

good post ,i am using fedora very good linux os

Unknown said...

( Sorry for my low skill of english - not my natural language (fr) and I speak C++ even better !)

Right now I am running Kubuntu 10.04 LTS.

I am very impatient to jump (back) to Fedora 13. There are several aspects of (K)Ubuntu that are very annoying to me.

What I read about F13 (from several sources) features have made me decided to return and leave Ubuntu for good.

Thank you for this, and to let me express me-self ;-)

Unknown said...

It'd be very nice if ATi managed to drive its own cards under Fedora with good stable drivers .__.

Unknown said...

It'd be nice if ATi managed to drive its own cards under Fedora 13 instead of using the mesa.... .___.

Unknown said...

Hi, i'm using F13 on notebook & i can tell you all, for me is better than Ubuntu 10.04

sim only deals said...

i liked it..
fedora 13 rocks