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Zusammenfassung
 

1. Willkommen zu Fedora Core
2. Release Highlights
2.1. Fedora Core 6 Tour
2.2. New in Fedora Core 6
2.3. Roadmap
3. Feedback
3.1. Providing Feedback on Fedora Software
3.2. Providing Feedback on Release Notes
4. Installation Notes
4.1. Änderungen in Anaconda
4.2. Kickstart Changes
4.3. Probleme bei der Installation
4.4. Probleme in Bezug auf Hochrüstung
5. Architektur-spezifische Hinweise
5.1. RPM Multiarch Support on 64-bit platforms (x86_64, ppc64)
5.2. Besonderheiten in Fedora für PPC
5.3. Besonderheiten in Fedora für x86
5.4. Besonderheiten in Fedora für x86_64
6. Package-Notes
6.1. GNOME Desktop Environment
6.2. Web Server
6.3. Ext3 File System Utilities
6.4. Licensing Audit
6.5. Kernel Headers
7. Linuxkernel
7.1. Version
7.2. Changelog
7.3. Kernel-Geschmacksrichtungen
7.4. Fehler melden
7.5. Dem allgemeinen Leitfaden folgen
7.6. Kernelentwicklung vorbereiten
7.7. Nur Kernelmodule bauen
8. Fedora-Desktop
8.1. Desktop Effects
8.2. Software Management
8.3. GNOME
8.4. Web Browsers
8.5. Mail Clients
9. File Systems
10. Web-Server
11. Development
11.1. Runtime
11.2. Tools
11.3. Ruby
12. Sicherheit
12.1. Allegemeines
12.2. SELinux
13. Java und java-gcj-compat
13.1. Handhabung von Java und Java-ähnlichen Paketen
13.2. 64-bit JNI Libraries
13.3. Handling Java Applets
13.4. Fedora und die JPackage Javapakete
13.5. Eclipse
14. Multimedia
14.1. Multimedia-Player
14.2. Ogg und die Formate der Xiph.Org Foundation
14.3. MP3, DVD, and Other Excluded Multimedia Formats
14.4. Brennen und Zusammenstellen von CDs und DVDs
14.5. Screencasts
14.6. Erweiterte Unterstützung durch Plugins
15. Spiele und Unterhaltung
16. Virtualisierung
16.1. Types of Virtualization
16.2. Guest Operating Systems
16.3. Changes to the Xen Packages
17. X-Window-System·(Grafik)
17.1. X Configuration Changes
17.2. Intel Driver notes
18. Datenbank-Server
18.1. MySQL
18.2. PostgreSQL
19. Internationalisierung (i18n)
19.1. Eingabemethoden
19.2. im-chooser
19.3. xinputrc
20. Abwärtskompatibilität
20.1. Compiler Compatibility
21. Änderungen an Paketen
22. Fedora Extras - Paket-Repositorys der Community
22.1. Verwenden des Repositorys
22.2. Über Fedora Extras
22.3. Package Updates
23. Fedora Legacy - Community-Maintenance-Projekt
24. Fedora Projekt - Freedom to the Core
25. Kolophon
25.1. Mitwirkende
25.2. Produktions-Methoden

1. Willkommen zu Fedora Core

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