Fedora 25 Has Arrived: Here’s What’s Changed


Fedora 25 is here, and as usual, it delivers the latest from the GNOME project. But this time around, that’s not the big highlight. All eyes are on Wayland. After years in development and a number of delays, Fedora has decided that the next generation display server is ready for prime time. Of course, that’s not the only reason to download Fedora 25. Let’s take a look at what’s changed. 1. Wayland by Default I hear you. Display servers aren’t all that exciting. But here’s the thing: Linux has been using the X Window System for decades. It has been…

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