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= systemctl assumes it works with services =
 
systemctl, the utility used to administer services and other systemd targets, will now assume that it is working with a service. Administrators will no longer have to append '.service' to the name of the daemon they are administering. For example, `systemctl restart dhcpd` will now just work, but previous releases required `systemctl restart dhcpd.service`.
 
  
= Terminals get more colorful =
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Fedora now enables supporting terminal emulators to use 256 colors. With new environment variables, applications such as gnome-terminal, konsole, and screen will automatically be enabled with 256 color support. Other applications can display 256 colors but must be configured.
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= Remote management gets better with Agent-Free Systems Management =
 
On systems that contain IPMI compliant Service Processors, it is now possible to have closer integration of OS and Service Processor without the need for 3rd party software. This will enable better management of the system remotely.
 
  
= WBEM and CIF management tools extended =
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== yum-presto merged into yum ==
'''WEBM''' and '''CIF''' are two of the DTMF standards for enterprise system management. With Fedora 18, this class of software is greatly expanded manage as well as monitor remote systems.
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Administrators can use these utilities to administer network interfaces, storage objects, services, power state, users, and software packages. They can also monitor system load, usage, and more.   
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yum presto plugin for handling delta RPM has been merged into yum.  To disable use of Delta RPM packages, set deltarpm=0 in /etc/yum.confRefer to the man page of yum.conf for more details.
 
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All of this functionality can be accessed through a web or command line interface that efficiently handles large numbers of systems. Documentation is provided with '''sblim-cmpi-*''' or  '''cura-*''' packages.
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yum-presto merged into yum

yum presto plugin for handling delta RPM has been merged into yum. To disable use of Delta RPM packages, set deltarpm=0 in /etc/yum.conf. Refer to the man page of yum.conf for more details.