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The Fedora Project on Tuesday announced that the next version of its namesake Linux distribution--Fedora 17, also known as “Beefy Miracle”--has now entered beta testing.
“The Beta release is the last important milestone of Fedora 17,” wrote release engineer Dennis Gilmore in the official announcement. “Only critical bug fixes will be pushed as updates leading to the general release of Fedora 17 in May.”
As a beta release, it's not intended for production purposes, of course. Nevertheless, the Fedora 17 beta can be downloaded for free from the Fedora Project site. The final release of the software is due on May 22.
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