Fedora


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Fedora

(operating system, project)
An open source project, sponsored by Red Hat, Inc., and potentially feeding into their products.

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Fedora

A free distribution of the Linux kernel from Red Hat along with a variety of open source utilities. Technical support is not provided for any of the Fedora distribution, only for Red Hat's full fee-based subscription of Linux. The SELinux security subsystem is also included, starting with Fedora Core 2. Fedora is offered by Red Hat as a community-based project to encourage development of new features. See Linux and Red Hat.
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computing world," said Matthew Miller, Fedora Project Leader.
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BEIRUT: In its heyday, the fedora hat surpassed the homburg as the gentleman's accessory of choice as early as 1891.
The Fedora Scholarship is awarded to one student each year to assist with the recipient's college or university education.
Fedora primarily targets the lay user, while Red Hat focusses on the enterprise sector.
Allison, 83, who died in a nursing home in Flixton, Manchester, was known for his gambling, drinking, womanising - and wearing a "lucky" fedora.
IT managed services company CloudSigma AG today announced the availability of the new Fedora 14 server for use in its cloud services.
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