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Fedora 29 was released today, only one week later than the original schedule published last February! For those who are familiar with Fedora release cycles, this counts as being several weeks ahead of the “anticipated” release date. Congratulations and well done to the Fedora development and testing teams.
The Release Announcement gives an overview of the new release, and includes some interesting history of Fedora — 15 years since Fedora Core 1 was released! Goodness, how time flies when you’re having fun.
If you currently have Fedora 28 running, you can simply upgrade to the new release; there are two ways to do this, both are described in a Fedora Magazine article. I still prefer to use the CLI for
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