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Korora 20 (Peach) beta released

The Korora Project is pleased to announce the first beta release of version 20 (codename "Peach") which is now available for download.

Korora 19.1 released

Today we have released Korora 19.1 which is a 3 month update to the original 19 release. Anyone already running Korora doesn't need this, however if you are planning do any more installs we highly recommend downloading this new release as it includes all updates, a few tweaks and fixes a number of bugs. This release also includes versions of the MATE and Cinnamon desktops which we've created to gauge community interest.

Update being pushed to disable file manager's control of the desktop

We are pushing an update to korora-settings-gnome which will disable file manager's control of the desktop (meaning no files on the desktop). The reason for this is because it is causing users problems and it's no-longer a supported configuration upstream.

How to disable file manager's control of the desktop

In Korora GNOME we enable file manager to control the desktop. This is no longer a supported configuration upstream and it appears some people have been having problems which appear to be related.

Farewell Seth, and thanks

The Korora Project would like to acknowledge the wonderful work of Seth Vidal, who will be sorely missed by the Fedora (and wider) community.

Korora 19 (Bruce) released

Well, the cat's out of the bag! We are pleased to announce that Korora 19 (Bruce) is now available for download, which for the first time ever coincides with the release of Fedora.

Korora 19 (Bruce) beta released

The Korora Project is pleased to announce the first beta release of version 19 (codename "Bruce") which is now available for download.

Korora 18 torrents available

Korora user Daemox has created some torrents for the 18 release. Details are available in the forums.

Korora 18 (Flo) released

We have decided to make the existing beta release of Korora (Flo) 18 the final version, as the beta period did not reveal any major issues which warranted a new build. The existing beta images have simply been renamed, so if you already have the beta you also have the final release.

Full Steam ahead!

If you've been hiding from the majority of the internet for the past few months you would be forgiven having not heard the exciting news on the Linux gaming front. After a multi-month beta-testing period, Valve have recently released the official Steam for Linux client.