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Fedora 20 Heisenbug arrives with ARM support and smarter virtual machines

17
Dec
2013

Red Hat wants to be ready for a world of ARM-powered PCs, and it just took a big step toward that goal by releasing Fedora 20 Heisenbug. The Linux distribution now supports ARM as a main platform; users and developers no longer have to use Intel-based chips if they want Red Hats full blessing. The OS also brings much-improved virtualization through both a new visual interface and first-class virtual machine images.

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