Spread the word: the release that dwarfs previous releases, Fedora 11, is here. Reviews have been flooding the internet and many have been talking about it in the open source world. But before you go ahead and install it make sure you read the release notes. Many a time we get stuck with installation or post installation and run around cursing the OS whilst the issue might have been a know bug with the solution in the release notes. The Common Bugs is yet another link to read.
A few things you can do to make your Fedora experience better:
1. Install presto plugin.
yum install yum-presto
2. Mouse settings need to be tweaked. Read my earlier post on this.
3. Install rpmfusion repository to get media codes like mp3 and dvd playback. Go to http://rpmfusion.org/Configuration to install it. After installing / configuring it Package Kit will automatically probe and download codecs for the media you are trying to play. My previous post talks more on this.
And of course you can read my review to get a little more about Fedora 11.
I am listing down few of the known problems with their link below, hoping some find it useful: