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Saturday, June 18, 2005

Fedora Core turns four

"It purrs. It hums. It mesmerizes," says the Fedora Project, in a message announcing the release of its completely Open Source Fedora Core 4 this week.

Fedora Core 4 hits the scene almost exactly one month after Fedora Core 4 Test 3 was set loose for testing. According to the announcement, Fedora Core 4 improves on Fedora Core 3 with the following:
  • Gnome 2.10
  • KDE 3.4
  • OpenOffice.org 2.0 pre-release
  • Support for PowerPC architecture
And, it's "100% unconditionally" free -- both as in speech, and as in beer.

Fedora Core 4 is available for download now via HTTP and BitTorrent from Red Hat and a number of mirrors world-wide. Drop by the Fedora Project to learn more.

For nealy a year i have been using the Fedora Core 2. I still love it. shall soon swith to FC 4.
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