As many of you might already know, Fedora Project announced the final release of the anticipated Fedora 23 Linux operating system for 64-bit and 32-bit computers earlier this week, on November 3, 2015.
However, the good news for sysadmins who want to deploy the Server or Cloud editions of the Fedora 23 operating system on their company's infrastructure is that the famous GNU/Linux distribution has also been released for AArch64 and POWER.
Peter Robinson of Fedora Project has been proud to share with us this awesome announcement, which means that you can download Fedora 23 Server for either POWER (PPC64 or PPC64el) or AArch64 (ARM 64-bit) hardware architectures right now.
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