Fedora 24 was released a few days ago. As usual I had a play around with it and tried installing Oracle on it.
First comes the warnings, because people keep misunderstand why I do this. Do not install Oracle on Fedora before reading this!
With that out of the way, here’s what I did.
No real drama here. It was pretty much the same as Fedora 23 in that respect.
It’s kind-of hard to get excited about a new version of Fedora since I switched my desktop from Fedora to Mac. One thing that was interesting is the change to the upgrade process. In previous releases I used “fedup” to do it. Now it’s pretty much done using DNF (YUM). If you are interested, you can read about it here.