Red Hat releases Fedora 11 Linux

Fedora 11, codenamed Leonidas, was released by Red Hat on Tues. Fedora 11, which is free from Red Hat, unlike its Enterprise cousin has a number of new features such as a piece of middleware called OpenChange that gives universal access to MS Exchange from any client.

But perhaps the most significant change is the inclusion of the ext4 file system as default. There are also improved virtualization features and fingerprint reader support.

You can read what’s new in the F11 Release Notes.

via ZDNet.