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Berikut nama-nama kode Linux Fedora yang di-release sampai saat ini :

Nama Proyek Versi Nama Sandi Tanggal Rilis
Fedora Core 1 Yarrow 2003-11-05
2 Tettnang 2004-05-18
3 Heidelberg 2004-11-08
4 Stentz 2005-06-13
5 Bordeaux 2006-03-20
6 Zod 2006-10-24
Fedora 7 Moonshine 2007-05-31
8 Werewolf 2007-11-08
9 Sulphur 2008-05-13
10 Cambridge (Rawhide) 2008-11-25
11 Leonidas 2009–06–09
12 Constantine 2009–11–17
13 Goddard 2010–05–25
14 Laughlin 2010–11-02
15 Lovelock 2011–05-10

2 Comments

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    tools and DB2 configuration settings.

  2. John says:

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