Fedora Core MovesJan 17, 2006, 13:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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For some, it will be a day of remembrance - a day to reflect upon the many freedoms we enjoy. These freedoms are not to be taken lightly, nor taken for granted. Please take a moment to read about a man who had a dream for freedom: http://nobelprize.org/peace/laureates/1964/press.html
For Fedora Core fans, we celebrate a different sort of freedom. A freedom of Open Source, and a freedom to enjoy the operating system of OUR choice, for we are proud to announce: Fedora Core 5 Test 2 is now available.
The Fedora Project announces the second release of the Fedora Core 5 development cycle, available for the i386, x86_64, and PPC/PPC64 architectures. Beware that Test releases are recommended only for Linux experts/enthusiasts or for technology evaluation, as many parts are likely to be broken and the rate of change is rapid.
Thanks to all in the Fedora Project who have contributed to this release. Your continued efforts are what makes Fedora possible.
Please see this page for an updated list of important notes for FC5test2 in order to avoid common problems and troubleshoot problems that you may see.
Have fun testing this release, and enjoy the freedom of Linux.
Fedora Core 3 Transferred to Fedora Legacy
With the release of Fedora Core 5 Test 2, the Fedora Core Steering Committee would like to announce the transfer of Fedora Core 3 to the Fedora Legacy Project.
For more information on the Fedora Legacy Project, or if you wish to join the team, please see http://fedoralegacy.org/.
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