Fedora 26 Linux Operating System Has Been Cleared for Landing on July 18, 2017

The Fedora 26 Linux operating system was already delayed five times during its six-month development cycle, and the last Fedora 26 Final Go/No-Go meeting took place today, July 6, where it looks like the team decided that no major blockers are present anymore to further delay the launch of the distribution on Tuesday, July 11, 2017. If you’re wondering what new features will be included in the Fedora 26 operating system, let us tell you that it brings the GNOME 3.24 desktop environment on the Workstation edition, GCC 7 as default compiler, SSSD fast cache for local users, pkgconf as default system pkg-config implementation, systemd-coredump by default, as well as 48bit VA on AArch64 (ARM64) architectures.

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