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[[w:Fedora (Linux distribution)|Fedora]] (previously called '''Fedora Core''') is a [[w:Yellow dog Updater, Modified|yum]] and [[w:RPM Package Manager|RPM]]-based [[w:Linux distribution|GNU/Linux distribution]], developed by the community-supported [[w:Fedora Project|Fedora Project]] and sponsored by [[w:Red Hat|Red Hat]]. It is a complete, general-purpose [[w:operating system|operating system]] that contains only [[w:free software|free]] and [[w:open source software]]. Fedora is derived from the original [[w:Red Hat Linux|Red Hat Linux]] distribution, and it is intended to replace the consumer distributions of Red Hat Linux aimed towards home users. Help for Fedora comes from the greater community; while Red Hat employs many of the Fedora developers, it does not provide official commercial support and services for the distribution. New releases of Fedora come out every six months.
 
[[w:Fedora (Linux distribution)|Fedora]] (previously called '''Fedora Core''') is a [[w:Yellow dog Updater, Modified|yum]] and [[w:RPM Package Manager|RPM]]-based [[w:Linux distribution|GNU/Linux distribution]], developed by the community-supported [[w:Fedora Project|Fedora Project]] and sponsored by [[w:Red Hat|Red Hat]]. It is a complete, general-purpose [[w:operating system|operating system]] that contains only [[w:free software|free]] and [[w:open source software]]. Fedora is derived from the original [[w:Red Hat Linux|Red Hat Linux]] distribution, and it is intended to replace the consumer distributions of Red Hat Linux aimed towards home users. Help for Fedora comes from the greater community; while Red Hat employs many of the Fedora developers, it does not provide official commercial support and services for the distribution. New releases of Fedora come out every six months.

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Fedora (previously called Fedora Core) is a yum and RPM-based GNU/Linux distribution, developed by the community-supported Fedora Project and sponsored by Red Hat. It is a complete, general-purpose operating system that contains only free and w:open source software. Fedora is derived from the original Red Hat Linux distribution, and it is intended to replace the consumer distributions of Red Hat Linux aimed towards home users. Help for Fedora comes from the greater community; while Red Hat employs many of the Fedora developers, it does not provide official commercial support and services for the distribution. New releases of Fedora come out every six months.

Pages in category "Fedora"

The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total.