Fedora 24 Dropping i686 Server Support
Posted on: 01/11/2016 08:56 AM

The development team of Fedora Linux consider to drop i686 support in Fedora server

Fedora 24 Dropping i686 Server Support


From LinuxNOV:
With every release of Fedora Linux distribution, the development team brings the latest free and opensource software. So, let’s take a quick look at the main features and changes which has been accepted to be integrated in the upcoming release.

Before releasing any Linux distributions, the engineering steering committee firstly accept the upcoming changes and features to each release, to ensure the importance of these changes and the demanding features for the upcoming release of Fedora. So, here’re some of the currently accepted changes and features in the upcoming release Fedora 24.

Many necessary programming languages will be update to its latest release such as Ruby will be updated Ruby 2.2 which is currently available for Fedora 22 and Fedora 23 to the new release Ruby 2.3. Also, Python programming language will be updated from Python 3.4 to Python 3.5. Many of these already built by developer for the upcoming release it’s available on the package manager for the development release Fedora 24.



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