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'''Empowering Linux''' : A Linux User Group for empowering the Linux and its Community..
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{{Admon/tip|Common bugs|The [[Bugs/Common| Fedora common bugs]] page is useful for finding fixes to already known issues.}}
 
 
== LTSP ==
 
Now we are planning to start a new project in K12-LTSP in fedora. The Linux Terminal Server Project adds thin-client support to Linux servers. LTSP is a flexible, cost effective solution that is empowering schools, businesses, and organizations all over the world to easily install and deploy desktop workstations. A growing number of Linux distributions include LTSP out-of-the-box.
 
 
 
for more details, you can visit here [http://www.exproinvent.com/empoweringlinux]
 
  
 
== The Fedora Project ==
 
== The Fedora Project ==

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Visit http://fedoraproject.org to learn about or to download Fedora. The Fedora Project wiki is a place for end users and developers to collaborate. You can find more information or add some yourself. Write access to the wiki is limited to those who have Fedora accounts; however, it is not hard to get one! You can join the wiki by following the instructions on the editing help page.

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Common bugs
The Fedora common bugs page is useful for finding fixes to already known issues.

The Fedora Project

Read an overview to find out what makes Fedora unique.

Download Fedora from the main Fedora project site.

Find documentation on Fedora or interact with the Fedora community. Report bugs or request enhancements. For excellent summaries of what is happening in Fedora, look at our weekly news reports. To see how many Fedora users are out there, look at our Statistics page.

The Fedora 9 Release Summary covers our most recent release.

The Release Schedule gives a timeline of the next release.

The Road Map documents the features planned for the next release.

Fedora Sub-Projects For Contributors

Echo-package-48px.png Fedora Packaging
Packages programs for distribution through yum
Echo-gnome-dev-cdrom-48px.png Fedora Live CD
Produces Live CDs for easier testing and installation
Echo-helpbook-48px.png Fedora Documentation
Writes documentation for Fedora
Echo-ambass-48px.png Fedora Ambassadors
Spreads Fedora around the globe
Echo-mktg-48px.png Fedora Marketing
Promotes the usage and support of Fedora worldwide
Echo-bug-48px.png Fedora Bug Triage
Aids developers and users in fixing bugs
Echo-testing-48px.png Fedora Quality Assurance
Prevents and fixes bugs for a better Fedora
Echo-dirserv-48px.png Fedora Directory Server
Provides an enterprise-class LDAP server for Linux
Echo-infra-48px.png Fedora Infrastructure
Provides servers, tools and utilities for the Fedora Project
Echo-planet-48px.png Planet Fedora
Displays blogs of Fedora contributors
Echo-websites-48px.png Fedora Websites
Designs and builds Fedora Project websites
Echo-art-48px.png Fedora Artwork
Designs themes, icons, and other Fedora designs
Echo-l10n-48px.png Fedora L10N
Brings everything around Fedora to local communities
Echo-i18n-48px.png Fedora I18N
Supports the localization of Fedora
Echo-gaming-48px.png Fedora Games
Games and fun things available with Fedora
Echo-allproj-48px.png View All Projects...
Echo-calendar-48px.png Fedora Events
Events of the Fedora community
Echo-SIGs-48px.png View All Special Interest Groups (SIGs)...