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Fedora Project - What are Bodhi, COPR and Koji?

May 14, 2018 - 8:02 AM - by antikythera
A brief introduction to some elements of Fedora Project you may not be aware of.

Bodhi - Infrastructure for pushing updates to repositories and allows users to report back comments and karma for proposed package changes

Bodhi pronounced as bo-dee is a buddhist term for the wisdom by which one attains enlightenment. Bodhi is a modular web-based system that facilitates the process of publishing package updates for Fedora. Bodhi is the application that manages updates for Fedora releases. It maintains a single stage of repositories by adding/updating/removing packages. It can be used to create or modify updates and overrides.

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UPDATE - Announcing the release of Fedora 28 Live-Respins with Spectre v4 mitigations

May 01, 2018 - 9:29 PM - by antikythera
Fedora 28 is available now. Read the release announcement for all the details.

IMPORTANT - Before installation or upgrade please take the time to read the common bugs list.

The Development forum has been archived, please contact forum staff if you need an active Fedora 28 related thread moving to the main forum. you can still view the archived Fedora 28 Development threads here

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