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Linux-Noob.com: The Evolution of Fedora Core Linux

Feb 21, 2006, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"I have been using linux for quite some time now, and the first linux distro I tried was Red Hat 5 series. I never really got into linux until Red Hat released the 7.x series and it was then that I started to want to learn how to use linux and how to get it working for me.

"Times have changed a lot since then and linux has really matured in many ways, particularly desktop managers (gnome/kde) and the kernel itself. I stayed with Red Hat's releases right up until the end, when they released Red Hat 9. It was a superb release but marked the end of such releases from Red Hat and also the beginning of a new, more open, more co-operative (with the community) and more frequently updated operating system called 'Fedora...'"

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