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This page is a draft only
It is still under construction and content may change. Do not rely on the information on this page. These are One page release notes for Fedora 13 and are still under construction.

We need a release notes banner!
For an example of what we did last time, see Image:f12-releasenotes-banner.png. See the ticket here:


Fedora is a Linux-based operating system that brings the latest in free and open source software to your desktop, laptop and server, and gives you access to thousands of different open source applications. This helpful, user-friendly operating system is built by people across the globe who work together as a community, to create the the Fedora Project.

We may want to update the photographs below with new ones - it'd be nice to have different faces featured in each version of the one page release notes (if you look at the F12 release note translations, those were updated to be regional too, and that was very cool).
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Fedora is free to use, modify, and distribute, and includes software that helps you work, play, organize, and socialize. You can read more information about the Fedora Project on our Overview page.


Les nouveautés de Fedora 13

Avec Fedora 13 (Goddard), GNU/Linux n'a jamais été aussi accessible à tout type d'utilisateurs. Voici un aperçu de ce qui vous attends.


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Impression facile

Vous avez déjà été frustré par les messages d'erreurs de votre nouvelle imprimante qui vous demande d'installer le bon pilote ? Avec la fonctionnalité impression facile de Fedora 13, il suffit de brancher son imprimante et Fedora recherchera automatiquement le bon pilote et vous proposera de l'installer. Cette fonctionnalité ravira les utilisateurs mobiles qui pourront imprimer en quelques minutes n'importe où. C'est une des nombreuses innovations de Fedora 13 vous permettant de profiter de votre matériel.

Gestion des couleurs

La gestion des couleurs permet aux artistes, photographes et graphistes d'afficher et d'imprimer leurs oeuvres avec un rendu fidèle des couleurs en utilisant du logiciel 100% libre. Un rendu fidèle des couleurs pour les écrans, imprimantes et scanners vous permet de travailler dans de bonne conditions. La gestion des couleurs complète le flux opérationnels pour les graphistes, photographes, imprimeurs ou créateurs de tout niveau.

Pilotes graphiques

Vous voulez profiter de l'accélération graphique 3D ? Nous l'avons grâce aux pilotes graphiques libres pour ATI, Intel et désormais nVidia. Désormais, vous pouvez dès à présent profiter d'un large choix de jeux 3D accélérés matériellement, activer des effets de bureaux époustouflants et même tester le bureau nouvelle génération GNOME Shell. Et comme ces pilotes sont libres, nous continuons de les améliorer pour mieux vous satisfaire encore.

System Administrators

If you spend your day managing how other people around you use Linux, Fedora 13 is loaded with features that will make your life even easier. Whether you want to migrate new users to a Linux environment or experiment with the newest in open-source technologies to give yourself an edge, Fedora has all the tools you need.

For instance, you can download a single, tiny image file from, based on the work of, and from it run and install current and future versions of Fedora without having to download additional images.

Do you need to log in to your office's domain even though you're on the go with a laptop? Then you'll love the brand-new SSSD (System Security Services Daemon). This new software provides expanded features for logging into managed domains, including caching for offline authentication. So even if you're sitting in a coffeeshop in San Diego, you can still access your office back in New York.

The things you know and love are still here - but better than ever. NFSv4 -- the latest version of NFS -- is now available by default in Fedora 13, bringing you better performance and IPv6 support.

The best part? They're all free and open source software -- just one more thing you can impress the boss with.

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Vous êtes un développeur adepte du logiciel libre ? Construisez-vous la future application web qui fera le buzz ? Alors vous adorerez les nouvelles fonctionnalités que Fedora a concocté à destination des développeurs.

SystemTap vous permet déjà de monitorer l'activité du noyau, qu'il soit en train de recevoir des données du réseau ou bien écrire sur un disque. Mais avec les nouvelles sondes statiques dans Fedora 13, SystemTap permet également de monitorer votre applications et les machines virtuelles telles que Java, Python ou Tcl.

Avons-nous mentionner les améliorations apportés à votre environnement Python ? Si comme nous, vous adorez Python, vous apprécierez la capacité de Fedora 13 a générer des backtraces pour les applications utilisant plusieurs langages de programmations. Déboguer votre application utilisant à la fois Python ou C++ deviendra beaucoup plus simple grâce à cette fonctionnalité développé par la communauté Fedora et intégré à Python. Fedora 13 propose un environnement Python 3 installable en parallèle, vous permettez d'écrire du code pour les deux versions majeures du langage.

Les développeur Java pourront profiter de NetBean 6.8, le premier IDE à prendre en charge complètement les spécifications Java EE 6. Et une prise en charge améliorée de JSF 2.0/Facelets, Java Persistence 2.0, and EJB 3.1.

Bien évidemment, la collection de paquets Fedora comporte des milliers d'autres outils pour différents langages. Après tout, c'est ce que nous utilisons nous-même.


Spins are more specialized versions of Fedora that allow you to run programs that suit your interests. For example:

The Moblin Spin features calendaring and social media interfaces for mobile devices.
Got a netbook?

Try the Moblin™ spin, a version of Fedora featuring the Moblin Core architecture. Everything from application choice to screen resolution has been designed to support multiple platforms and usage models -- ranging from Netbooks and NetTops to Mobile Internet Devices and embedded devices.

Know a curious kid?

Try the Sugar on a Stick spin! This spin features the award-winning Sugar Learning Platform originally developed for the One Laptop Per Child project and used every school day by one million children in more than forty countries. Students can take their stick (an ordinary USB thumbdrive) to any machine running any operating system -- at school, at home, at a local library or community center -- and boot their custom Sugar environment without touching any files on the host machine, bringing personalized computing within the reach of any child.

Sugar's Home View, displaying a few of the Activities designed to reach specific pedagogical goals through play.

The Design Suite's full-featured graphics workflow will have you drawing and sketching within minutes.
Feeling artistic?

The Fedora Design Suite was constructed for designers, by designers. It features the tools the Fedora Design Team uses on a daily basis to create the wallpapers, icons, and interfaces that you see in Fedora. This spin includes everything from document layouts, to vector and bitmap graphics, to 3D modeling. If you can dream it, you can create it with this powerful assortment of free and open source artistic tools.

Learning about computer security?

The Fedora Security Spin is an environment designed by and for computer security professors and professionals. With applications for everything from security auditing and forensics, to penetration testing and intrusion detection, it's an ideal tool for the classroom, or for the system administrator who needs to diagnose and rescue broken computers.

The Security Spin provides all the instruments needed to follow a proper test path for security testing or system rescue.

Looking for something else?

Find more spins at -- there's a spin for everyone, from education and gaming to science and more!

How to get started

Intrigued? Want to give Fedora 13 a try?

You can visit to download a LiveCD, regardless of what operating system you're running. This will give you a working version of Fedora, complete with common applications, all running off your CD drive - your hard drive won't be touched at all. And when you're ready, installation is just a click away.

Want an even more enjoyable way to use Fedora, risk-free? Try the Live USB option. You can use the same download to create a bootable USB stick so you can take Fedora with you anywhere you go. It works great with netbooks without CD drives, too. Check out the instruction page here:

And if you're running Fedora 12, upgrading is easy. Refer to our handy documentation for help.

Help make Fedora!

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Want to join the Fedora community and help us make the best Linux distribution even better? Get started at Our diverse community from all over the globe welcomes contributors of all types. From artists to marketers to coders to testers to writers to translators and more, you too can get involved. Share what you know or help with something you've always wanted to learn; mentors are always available to help you get started. Any help is appreciated!

We'd love to hear your thoughts on Fedora 13. Have a suggestion? Find a bug? Start by taking a look at the Common F13 bugs to see if it's something we know about. (That page has information on what to do if you don't find your bug, too.)

Further reading

Want more? Here are some further resources on Fedora 13, or talk with a community member in our live chat 24/7.

About this document

We need an SVG layout to be made and rendered to PDF, and at least one translation made.