Fedora 16 released

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  1. mack_guy911

    mack_guy911 Registered Member

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    I was given an "old" desktop this week for preparing a new system for someone. Dual Core, 2Gb DDR2 RAM , nvidia 8400gs, 320gb HD. What better way to celebrate than install a shiney new fedora 16 with gnome 3.2.
    It runs like a dream and will be my desktop OS of choice for the forseeable future.
     
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    Fedora 16 also comes with "Trusted Boot"
    http://www.webupd8.org/2011/11/fedora-16-verne-released.html#more
     
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    Where are the MD5 sums for the different ISO downloads?

    I tried to install 32 bit Gnome CD and tried to boot the 32 bit DVD, but both failed. The DVD would not boot and the 32 bit Gnome kept giving a disk read error at the same location during each installation attempt.

    Thanks in Advance.
     
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    most of fedora cd are highly compresed sometimes live cd .......they give sector error let disk run for few more minutes and see :rolleyes:

    as far installation let 1st cd run on live mode then try everything if its look ok then install :)
     
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    I'm waiting for Fedora with Openbox or Fedora 21 (cause 21 is my lucky number :D )
     
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    Here is the index where you can find all x86 and x64 versions checksums. link.
    No MD5 though, only SHA256.
    Distrowatch.com adds a link for the checksums also, so you can always find 'm through that site.
     
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    [Interview] Jared Smith - Fedora Project Leader

    [Interview] Jared Smith - Fedora Project Leader:
    http://devworks.thinkdigit.com/Features/Interview-Jared-Smith--Fedora-Project-Leader_7926.html
     
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