“Red Hat’s community Linux project released Fedora Core 3 today.
Fedora Core 3, codenamed Heidelberg, is loaded with the latest
versions of many open source applications and represents the
bleeding edge of Red Hat’s Linux efforts.
“Fedora Core 3 (FC3) improves upon features included in Fedora
Core 2, including the latest versions of SELinux and the Linux
“SELinux in FC3 has a new policy management system enabled by
default. The so-called targeted policy is intended to be less
intrusive in monitoring specific system daemons than the strict
policy in FC2…”
Announcing the Release of Fedora Core 3(Nov 08, 2004)