A great desktop OS: Fedora Core 3
I have started using Linux about a year ago, Fedora Core 1 was one of the first distributions I have used. Being a fan of Gnome, I had to try Fedora Core 3. Let´s see if and how “Heidelberg” (codename of the 3rd Fedora Core release) fulfills desktop purposes.
The installation is done with the well-known Anaconda installer, which is not only being used to install Fedora and Red Hat, but has also been adopted by the Progeny Debian and the Gentoo-based Vidalinux teams.
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(Submitted by Editor Wed Jan 26, 2005 )
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