Red Hat's Fedora community Linux project announced the general availability of Fedora 28 on May 1. The new release is the first Fedora release of 2018 and follows Fedora 27 which was released in November 2017.
For server users, the biggest change in Fedora 28 is the new modularity initiative, which offers server administrators a range of options for application versions.
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