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Fedora 11 Official Spins

Name Description
Appliance Operating System Appliances are pre-installed, pre-configured, system images. This Spin is intended to make it easier for anyone (ISVs, developers, OEMS, etc) to create and deploy virtual appliances. The AOS (The Appliance Operating System) is a scaled down version of Fedora with a small footprint containing only the packages necessary to run an appliance.
Brazilian Portuguese Localized Due to a brand layer introduced in 3.0, Fedora now has the brand for the office suite, starting with Fedora 10. This spin is intended to be a Brazilian Portuguese localized spin that provides the legal brand for in Brazil. It will be based on Fedora 11 Desktop Spin.
Education This spin is being designed for mainly educational and scientific purposes and therefore contains a special selections of applications related to these topics.
Fedora Electronic Lab Fedora Electronic Lab is Fedora's high-end hardware design and simulation platform. This platform provides different hardware design flows based on the semiconductor industry's current trend. FEL maps in three methodologies {design, simulation and verification} with opensource EDA software.
Games The Fedora Games spin offers a perfect show-case of the best games available in Fedora 11. The included games span several genres, from first person shooters to real-time and turn based strategy games to puzzle games. Not all the games available in Fedora 11 are included on this spin, but trying out this spin will give you a fair impression of Linux's abilities to run great games.
XFCE Desktop The Fedora Xfce Spin is focused on providing a complete, well integrated Xfce desktop.

Other Fedora 11 Features

Spins Process

  • The process for adding, proposing, and accepting new features into Fedora is on the Spins Process page.
  • The deadline for proposing and completing new Spins is the Feature Freeze on the Fedora 11 Schedule