Updating fedora 15 to 17
According to the Upgrading topic in the wiki, there was a method where you could put a DVD in your system for the next version of Fedora, and Anaconda would attempt to upgrade your system.
Having tried this method on numerous occasions I would not consider this to be on par with the available in the Debian/Ubuntu distros which actually worked very well.
A unique feature of Infinity is that the wallpaper can change during the day to reflect the time of day.
This Live CD version uses the Xfce desktop environment, which aims to be fast and lightweight, while still being visually appealing and easy to use.
This release used entirely new build and compose tools that enabled the user to create fully customized Fedora distributions that could also include packages from any third party provider.
Also, there were a number of updates to SELinux, including a new setroubleshoot tool for debugging SELinux security notifications, and a new, comprehensive system-config-selinux tool for fine-tuning the SELinux setup.
Additionally having maintained RHEL, Fedora & Cent OS systems for over the past decade, I would never even consider using this method for anything. So typically people would do one of the following: Use the Rawhide release, which is the bleeding edge version, similar to how Sid is in Debian.
Rawhide offers rolling releases in the sense that it always has the latest versions of packages, but it's by no means meant to be used as a day to day distro, it's really meant only for testing.
dropping "Core" from the name "Fedora Core," and the new build system put in place to manage those packages.LXDE is not designed to be powerful and bloated, but to be usable and slim.A main goal of LXDE is to keep computer resource usage low.Fedora Core 5 was released on March 20, 2006, with the codename Bordeaux, and introduced the Fedora Bubbles artwork.It also introduced new package management tools such as pup and pirut (see Yellowdog Updater, Modified).
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