|Company / developer||Russian Fedora Project|
|Source model||Open source|
|Latest release||11 / June 9, 2009|
|Update method||Yum (PackageKit)|
|Package manager||RPM Package Manager|
|Kernel type||Monolithic (Linux)|
|Default user interface||GNOME, KDE, XFCE, LXDE, IceWM|
|License||GNU GPL & Various others.|
Originally, project was named Tedora, and its author was Arkady «Tigro» Shain.
But, November 20, 2008 the official project was founded, named Russian Fedora. Its founders were Fedora Project, Red Hat, VDEL and also VNIINS. Project was prepared since March 2008, when Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst came to Moscow. The creation of adapted Linux distribution for Russia is a part of FOSS extension program in Russia, which was discussed during Whitehurst's visit.
Project is developed in accordance of users needs and possibilities of its expansion in Russia. For example, it have to be considered that high speed Internet is not available everywhere. Also project team provides technical support at russian language, which simplify usage and learning of distribution. VNIINS became a technological center of Russian Fedora Project. It's planned to recruit students, postgraduates and young specialists of MEPhI.
New releases are planed to be released at the same time as Fedora ones.
|Tedora 9 Beta 1 release||May 30 2008||released|
|Tedora 9 Beta 2 release||June 12 2008||released|
|Tedora 9 final release||July 1 2008||released|
|Tedora 9.1 release||September 30 2008||released|
|Tedora 10 Beta release||November 15 2008||released|
|Russian Fedora 10 final release||November 25 2008||released|
|Russian Fedora 10.1 release||February 24 2009||released|
|Russian Fedora 10.2 release||May 14 2009||released|
|Russian Fedora Remix 11 final release||June 9 2009||released|
|Russian Fedora Remix 12 final release||November 10 2009||planed|
Russian Fedora 10
- Support of all popular audio and video codecs, proprietary video cards drivers, XFCE и LXDE, IceWM from the installation medium.
- SELinux is set up in Permissive mode after the installation.
- RPM Fusion and Tigro repositories are enabled right after the installation.
- Different base installation modes added (GNOME Desktop, KDE Desktop, XFCE Desktop, etc.).
- Possibility of program intallation from DVD-disk.
- Using of KDM instead of GDM if KDE is default desktop environment.
Russian Fedora 10.1
February 24, 2009 Russian Fedora 10.1 released. Improvements:
- Keyboard layout switching problems fixed; layout indicators added to GNOME and KDE.
- Added possibility of install/uninstall programs from instalation disk without internet access using PackageKit.
- Folders are opening at the same window in Nautilus; GNOME Terminal menu accelerators disabled.
- Finished transition from Tigro repo to Russian Fedora repo.
- System installation bugs fixed.
Russian Fedora 10.2
May 14, 2009, Russian Fedora 10.2 released. It contains updated software and bug fixes.
Russian Fedora Remix 11
Russian Fedora Remix 11 released June 9, 2009, at the same day as Fedora 11.
Distribution is available for 2 architectures: i586, x86_64; and at different mediums: installation DVD, LiveCD (based on KDE, GNOME or Xfce) and LiveDVD (containing KDE, GNOME, Xfce and LXDE).
Distinction from Fedora 11:
- Installation DVD contains only Post-Soviet states and european languages.
- Many keyboard layout switching improvements
- Multimedia codecs, network adapter and NVidia graphic card drivers added
Russian Fedora Remix 12
Russian Fedora Remix 12 is planned to be released at November 10.
- "Russian Fedora Remix 11 Release Anounce (Russian)[[Category:Articles with Russian-language external links]]". Russian Fedora Remix Project. 2009-06-09. Retrieved 2009-06-10. Wikilink embedded in URL title (help)
- http://russianfedora.ru/about/project (Russian)
- Shain Arkady
- http://www.pcmag.ru/news/detail.php?ID=32858 (Russian)
- Russian Fedora Remix 11 released (Russian)
- http://tigro.info/wp/?p=610 (Russian)
- http://www.russianfedora.ru/rf11-announcement (Russian)
- Rusian Fedora Project homepage(Russian)
- Maintainer's blog
- Trademark Guidance. Russian Fedora initiative.