Sunday, June 9, 2013
Ian Firns has announced the availability of the beta release of Korora 19, a Fedora-based distribution with GNOME or KDE desktops and a variety of tweaks and enhancements: "The Korora project is pleased to announce the first beta release of version 19 (code name 'Bruce') which is now available for download. This is the first beta release of Korora which is derived from a beta release of Fedora (previous beta versions of Korora were from a stable upstream release) and as such there will likely be a larger number of bugs and many software updates. Features: GNOME 3.8 brings new applications such as clock and improvements to the desktop including privacy and sharing settings, ordered search, frequent applications overview; KDE Plasma Workspaces 4.10 includes new features for printing and screen-locking...." Read the rest of the release announcement for more details. Download: korora-19-x86_64-gnome-live-beta.iso (1,735MB), korora-19-x86_64-kde-live-beta.iso (2,265MB).