Peter Robinson, on behalf of the Fedora Project, has announced today, March 30, that the recently announced Fedora 22 Alpha Linux kernel-based operating system is now available for the AARCH64 and POWER64 (PPC64/PPC64LE) architectures.
Of course, the announcement refers to the Fedora 22 Server Edition, which brings various improvements and patches in order to make Fedora Linux your number one choice for servers. The Alpha version includes a database server role based on PostgreSQL and an updated Cockpit web-based management application.
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