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eWeek: Red Hat Gives Away Fedora Core

Nov 22, 2003, 01:00 (11 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jim Lynch)

In the process of changing its support and development model for non-enterprise desktop Linux, Red Hat has given a gift to the community: Fedora.

"Fedora is essentially a tweaked version of Red Hat 9 -- or Red Hat 10 -- that the company has opened up to outside developers to extend and support. This is good for everyone concerned, and it speaks well of Red Hat as a company for doing it.

"Overall Fedora makes for a decent desktop platform, marred by a few annoying bugs..."

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