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Articles from October 2006
by Rahul Sundaram
The new Fedora Core will be here Real Soon Now™. More improvements, more support. Better virtualization, lots of performance boosts. Plus? One snazzy new look.
by Greg DeKoenigsberg
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by Jonathan Opp
We recently brought you the story of how music publishers challenged sites that traded guitar tablature. Here we offer an editorial from the author's perspective.
interview by Amy Anselm
Keating, the Fedora Project Release Engineer, reveals the open process used to name Fedora Core 6. Meet the contenders.
by Shannon Hughes
You're 500 miles away from the office and need to re-install your server. If you have Anaconda, it's no problem at all. See how kickstart can make a sysadmin's job more simple.
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by Sami Wagiaalla
Last month, you met Frysk. In part two of this three-part series, get to know the Frysk Monitor as Wagiaalla shows you how to debug on the fly.