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    F-20 Release Date & Forum Archive

    As you know, tomorrow's the release date for F20, so from that time forward, every post will need to be in the regular Forums and this sub-Forum will be archived.

    If you're in the middle of a problem on an existing thread, then simply start a new thread in the appropriate forum and link your archived thread on the same subject.
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    Re: F-20 Release Date & Forum Archive

    Another new release - and probably a surge in number of people visiting the forum?
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    Re: F-20 Release Date & Forum Archive

    Yes, seeking wisdom & answers. Good luck on that; it's FEDORA!!!!
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    Re: F-20 Release Date & Forum Archive

    When is F20 actually released? Or should I just download the latest beta and run an update?

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    Re: F-20 Release Date & Forum Archive

    It should be out in an hour or two (14:00 UTC):
    http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/20/Schedule

    Although the iso is probably already up somewhere on Fedora's site/ftp.

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    Re: F-20 Release Date & Forum Archive

    Well, I dl'd the multi-spin dvd, (7.8gig) which has live spins of the most popular GUI interfaces for F20. I will not be able to install Fedora Gnome on my desktop as the screen brightness is broken, The screen is only bright enough for subdued lighting.

    Screen Brightness worked with F19.
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    Re: F-20 Release Date & Forum Archive

    Quote Originally Posted by lsatenstein
    Well, I dl'd the multi-spin dvd, (7.8gig) which has live spins of the most popular GUI interfaces for F20. I will not be able to install Fedora Gnome on my desktop as the screen brightness is broken, The screen is only bright enough for subdued lighting.

    Screen Brightness worked with F19.
    Screen brightness works fine here using nvidia driver, what card do you have?

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