Initially expected at the end of March 2018, the Fedora 28 Beta release is now ready for public testing, bringing many of the latest Open Source and GNU/Linux technologies. Among these, we can mention the recently released GNOME 3.28 desktop environment for Fedora 28 Workstation, and a new modular repository for Fedora 28 Server. The modularity initiative for Fedora 28 Server promises to allow systems administrators run multiple versions of the same software on the same machine without compromising its stability and reliability. In addition, the Fedora 28 Server edition supports the AArch64 (ARM64) hardware architecture as a primary architecture.
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