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Release Notes for Fedora 19

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Abstract
This document provides the release notes for Fedora 19. It describes major changes offered in the Schrödinger's Cat as compared to Fedora 18. For a detailed listing of all changes, refer to the Fedora Technical Notes.

1. Welcome to Fedora 19
1.1. Welcome to Fedora
1.2. Overview
1.3. Hardware Overview
1.4. Feedback
2. Changes in Fedora for System Administrators
2.1. Kernel
2.2. Installation
2.3. Boot
2.4. Security
2.5. Virtualization
2.6. Web Servers
2.7. Cloud
2.8. Database Servers
2.9. File Servers
2.10. System Daemons
2.11. Server Configuration Tools
2.12. Monitoring and Management Solutions
3. Changes in Fedora for Desktop Users
3.1. Desktop
3.2. Productivity
3.3. Networking
3.4. Internationalization
4. Changes in Fedora for Developers
4.1. Development
4.2. Development Tools
4.3. GCC Tools
4.4. D
4.5. Haskell
4.6. Java
4.7. Web Development
5. Changes in Fedora for Specific Audiences
5.1. Scientific and Technical
5.2. Circuit Design
5.3. Embedded Development
5.4. Amateur Radio
A. Contributors
A.1. Writers
A.2. Translators
B. Revision History
Index