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Re: [Fedora-ambassadors-list] Press release for new Fedora 5

On Sunday 12 March 2006 23:06, Francesco Ugolini wrote:
> Fedora Core 5 also brings major advancements in software management
> with the introduction of Pirut, a graphical interface to replace
> system-config-packages. Pirut helps manage the large number of
> software packages available in Fedora Core and Extras repositories.
> The software package updater, Pup, helps users keep pace with
> Fedora's rapid improvements.

It uses the yum package manager. Yum is still the same. It has nothing to do 
with anaconda. As it says below:

> For the first time, all of Fedora Core's tools for software
> installation and management share the same strong foundation: the
> package management utility Yum. This tight integration will lead to
> dramatic improvements in software management in future Fedora releases.
> Linux Unified Key Support (LUKS) provides hard disk encryption
> support in Fedora Core 5; David Zeuthen of Red Hat, the HAL developer
> and maintainer, worked on the LUKS integration with HAL and GNOME,
> finishing just in time for the new Fedora Core release. Hard disk
> encryption provides one of the best physical security solutions --
> protection of your data if your hard disk falls into the wrong hands.

This isn't a new file system.


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