Fedora  
At a glance
Publisher
Red Hat, Inc.
Web
Status
Available, Supported
Introduced
1994
Latest
21
Design
Text & GUI, Multitasking
Type
Workstation, Server
 
Summary News Requirements Compatibility Interface Installation Variants
Versions Downloads Links Publisher Support Alternatives Secrets Pricing
 
Details
Summary Fedora Core is an open source Operating System based on Linux sponsored by Red Hat's Linux and guided by the Fedora Foundation.
News 9-Dec-2014 Fedora 21 Released
8-Nov-2011 Fedora 16 Released
24-May-2011 Fedora 15 Released
2-Nov-2010 Fedora 14 Released
25-May-2010 Fedora 13 Release Notes
Nov-2009 Fedora 12 Released
9-Jun-2009 Fedora 11 Released
25-Nov-2008 Fedora 10 Released
16-Apr-2008 Fedora 9 Released
4-Nov-2007 Fedora 8 Released
31-May-2007 Fedora 7 Released
24-Oct-2006 Fedora Core 6 Now Available
21-Mar-2006 Fedora Core 5 Now Available
Requirements
Product Fedora 21
Processor 1 GHz or better, 64-bit
RAM 1 GB
Drive space 10 GB for installation
Drives Runs from hard disk or 1 GB flash drive
Video 800x600 or better
File systems Ext4 default, ReiserFS, Ext3, Ext2, read/write access to FAT, XPS, NFSv4, NFSv3, GFS2
Compatibility Linux programs
Interface Native text based interface. GUI support included with various desktops.
Installation Can be installed on primary or logical partitions, first two drives only
Variants n/a
Versions 2003 Core 1
2004 Core 2
2004 Core 3
2005 Core 4
Mar-2006 Core 5
Oct-2006 Core 6
May-2007 v7.0
Oct-2007 v8.0
Apr-2008 v9.0
Nov-2008 v10.0
Jun-2009 v11.0
Nov-2009 v12.0
May-2010 v13.0
Nov-2010 v14.0
May-2011 v15.0
Nov-2011 v16.0
May-2012 v17.0
Jan-2013 v18.0
Jul-2013 v19.0
Dec-2013 v20.0
Dec-2014 v21.0
Downloads Download Fedora
Links Fedora Home page
Hardware Requirements for x86 v16
Documentation
Books All books on Linux

Top titles
Publisher Red Hat, Inc.
2600 Meridian Parkway
Durham, NC 27713
USA

Phone 919-547-0012
Web www.redhat.com
Support Web
Alternatives Other Linuxes, Windows 2003/Vista/7, Solaris
Secrets Command Line Windows/DOS equivalents
Pricing Free
Compare n/a

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