Fedora 25 ISO images get updated

Fedora 25

The Fedora team recently announced an update to ISO images. This update is not a new version, but it is interesting for all users of this distribution since the latest news and security patches of the distribution are added.

Mainly these changes affect the ISO images of Fedora 25 Spins and Labs, that is, the versions oriented to a specific desktop or to a specific function. These changes are also found in DVD images, but only in 64-bit versions.

Updating These Fedora 25 ISO images are intended for new users or those users who want to reinstall the operating system again, not users who already have Fedora 25 installed. For those who already own and use Fedora 25, they have no significant changes and it is not worth installing Fedora from these new images. What's more, in almost all cases, users will already have all the new updates and applications.

Updated Fedora 25 Spins and Labs ISO images will carry the release date

If you really want to get this latest version, you have to make sure that ISO image has reference F25-20170210, which refers to the release date of this ISO image. Many have been struck by the fact that among these changes is the arrival of a new kernel version, in this case the Linux 4.9.8 kernel, a more updated version than the one contained in Fedora 25 and many of the non-rolling release distributions. .

Personally, this update of the Fedora 25 spins is interesting and possibly a reason to update our system if we really haven't done it for days, weeks or months. Now, if you do, have time because the space it occupies the new updates amount in some cases to 700 MB, a very high amount for a normal adsl connection.

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  1.   Jimmy olano said

    Is 700 megabytes a very large ISO image?
    Look at the 3 DVD's of 1 layer that Debian has….

    1.    DieGNU said

      Learn to read, 700MB update, not a 700MB .iso