Fedora 9 (SULPHUR) was released this past month. As always it comes along with some new and bleeding edge features such as 2.6.25 kernel, Gnome 2.22.1, KDE 3.5.9, OpenOffice 2.4, Firefox 3 and PackageKit, a new cross-distribution software management system that has replaced pirut and pup. I’ve written this guide to help new Fedora users to easilly configure their system. So, grab a Fedora 9 installation disk and let’s move on to our system’s configuration part.
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