Fedora Core 4 is now available

By Derek Sooman on
Update: More details on Fedora Core 4 release can be found here.

If you are into Linux then you must have heard about Fedora Core, the open source project sponsored by Red Hat which provides ground for new technologies that may eventually make their way into Red Hat products. The project provides a version of Linux that contains all sorts of Red Hat technologies and remains one of the most popular Linux distributions.

As from today, Fedora Core 4 is available. You will find it on several mirror sites and also via torrents. The torrent page did not look quite ready yet, but trust me it will be updated, probably with a torrent file for the DVD iso image which is what I recommend any broadband equipped users with a DVD burner download. Right now, I was immediately able to find a link for the iso files for the 4 installation CDs.

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