eWeek: Fedora Core 3 Caps Linux Distribution
Nov 30, 2004, 03:15 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Fedora Core 3, the latest release of Red Hat Inc.'s free,
unsupported, bleeding-edge Linux distribution, is stacked with
changes that include the way it partitions disks by default and the
appearance of the window managers that ship with it.
"As with the previous two releases, Fedora Core 3, which became
available this month, is a strong general-purpose Linux
distribution and ships with a good variety of open-source software.
It also benefits from a range of precompiled packages of other
software not included by default that's rivaled only by Debian