Fedora 22 Beta Released with DNF as Yum replacement

By | April 23, 2015
Fedora 22 Beta HeadLine

Fedora 22 Beta HeadLine

Red Hat and Fedora Project team announced the released of Fedora 22 Beta. Fedora 22 use Gnome 3.16 as the default workstation or it also available with KDE Plasma 5, LXDE, MATE, Xfce, and Sugar in 32-bit and 64-bit. Fedora 22 Beta use DNF as replacement for Yum, it will provide higher performance and better dependency management. dnf-yum redirects users from Yum to DNF automatically and the classic Yum has been renamed to yum-deprecated.

Fedora 22 Beta with XFCE

Fedora 22 Beta with XFCE

There are even spins for gaming, security, ARM, docker, robotics and more not counting the Server and Cloud Images. The Cloud image includes with the latest version of rpm-ostree and rpm-ostree-toolbox. The server features a Database role that provides a Stable D-Bus interface.

This is some changes on Fedora 22 Beta :

  • GNOME now provides better notifications to users about system events
  • Login screen now uses Wayland
  • Automatic Bug Reporting Tool improvements
  • The libinput library is now used for both X11 and Wayland for consistent input device handling

You can download Fedora 22 here.

 

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