Packed with new features and changes, Fedora Core 3 is the latest release of Red Hat Inc.'s free, unsupported, bleeding-edge Linux distribution. Here, you will find all of the latest and greatest Linux goodies, which might be a little too new for production use but will certainly keep us geeks happy for a little longer. Many new bits and pieces are included, such as the latest SELinux (Security enhanced Linux), a new means of partitioning disks, and improvement and changes to the windows managers. Also new is a subsystem for managing devices called udev, which replaces devfs. Udev makes it easier to manage hot-plug devices such as USB (Universal Serial Bus) peripherals. Read a full review here.