When a new stable Fedora Linux release hits the streets, the Korora development team starts preparing the next major release of their GNU/Linux distribution, based, of course, on the latest Fedora Linux operating system. But not this time, as the Korora team announced they are taking a break from developing the Korora Linux, which won't be getting any updates in the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, the Korora development team can't say how long their little sabbatical will take, so while the servers and website will remain alive for those who want to play with previous Korora Linux releases, existing users won't be getting any updates for their installations, nor they will be able to upgrade to a new version based on the recently released Fedora 28 operating system.
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