In a sentence, it’s another winner in a long line of winners from Fedora.
If you’re a Fedora user, you’ll love Fedora 22. If you’re not a Fedora user and want to try it, it’s worth the effort to get it to where you want it. The caveat here is that you may have to tweak it a bit to do what more mainstream distros like Linux Mint or Ubuntu do out of the box. If you’re up to it, then go for it.
Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Comming to Europe Soon, New BQ Ubuntu Phone Also Planned
Canonical is preparing for the launch of the Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Edition in Europe and it looks like Bq is also preparing to release a new phone on the European market as well.
5 Reasons To Buy Android Over Apple's iOS and Microsoft's Windows
With Android, it’s a numbers game. Plain and simple. You want choice in devices, Android gives you that. Sure, it’s a bit of a minefield and you might come across some brands that you’ve never heard off, or incredibly convincing fakes that run a fully working version of Android (no counterfeiter has managed to successfully load a dodgy version of iOS on to a device yet).
Fedora 22 was released on Tuesday, luckily avoiding a deadline setback. Users who upgrade to the new release should be able to expect a new package manager which will be faster than the YUM which it, DNF, is replacing.
As was the case with Fedora 21, Fedora 22 is available in cloud, server and workstation editions. Underpinning all three editions is the new Linux 4.0 kernel, which was first released on April 12. Among the big new features that the Linux 4.0 kernel introduces is live kernel patching.