Fedora 10 released

Next version released

The Red Hat-sponsored Fedora Project has released Fedora 10, which includes improvements in areas such as virtualisation management, networking, boot time and security.

The new virtualization features include the ability to manage virtual hosts and storage remotely.

Users can now also share their internet connection with others, and Fedora 10 can also start up faster, thanks to a new graphical boot system dubbed Plymouth.

Security improvements include the addition of SecTool, an auditing and detection kit.

Red Hat has also enhanced PackageKit, a software installation and updating system that debuted in Fedora 9.

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