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Fedora Project logoThe Fedora Project was created in 2003 when Red Hat discontinued its Red Hat Linux distribution. Fedora incorporates a Linux operating system and collection of RPM based software packages. Fedora is the second most popular Linux distribution, second only to Ubuntu. Fedora uses the Gnome desktop manager by default, although other desktop managers like KDE can also be used.

This guide provides reviews of the latest Fedora versions, gives you a guide to the Fedora Linux operating system, shows you how to setup a home server environment, compares Fedora to other Linux distributions and provides some screenshots to show you what Fedora looks like.

 

Latest Articles on Fedora
Take a Look at These Screenshots of Fedora

Fedora is one of the top two distributions according to Distrowatch.com. It is the community driven branch of Red Hat Linux, focusing on completely free software. Take a look at the...

What are the Differences between Fedora and Windows?

You want to switch from Windows to Fedora but you want to know the difference. They are different operating systems, but there is so much in common and you will be able to do almost...

Gnome Shell or Unity. Which One Are You?

Fedora 15 is the latest release of Fedora and is codenamed Lovelock. Have they managed to one-up Ubuntu and their new Unity interface?...

Install Fedora on a Virtual Machine

With the right virtual machine software and the right options, you can setup Fedora 12 within the hour....

Most Popular Articles on Fedora
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    An Introduction to the Linux File System

    The Linux file system is often high on the list of major differences between Microsoft (MS) Windows and the Linux operating system. Different, however, doesn't always mean more difficult as this...

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    How to Operate Ham Radio on a Linux Workstation

    Ham radio, also known as Amateur radio, is a fascinating hobby that once required bulky equipment and tall antenna aerials. Today, thanks to computers and satellite communication, desktop computers are...

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    Setting Up a Linux Home Server

    Many homes today want to share data between multiple computers and people without the hassle of USB drives, CDs and DVDs. Setting up a Linux Home Server can solve this problem and, if you have an old desktop...

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    Watch Internet TV on your Linux PC!

    There aren't many IPTV or internet TV apps for any of the Linux distros or flavors - FripTV and Globe7 are two applications that might help to turn the tide....

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    What Languages are Linux Distro's and Applications Written in?

    This article covers some basic languages and how they are implemented into the linux OS....

More About Fedora
Fedora 7 - A Solid Core Distribution

Fedora Core 7 is a solid all-around distribution with lots to offer. Though perhaps not the best desktop distribution out there, it's easy to use and its user interface and security...

Fedora 11 "Leonidas" Review

Looking for a cutting edge Linux distribution that rivals Ubuntu, OpenSuse, and Mandriva as being one of the most user-friendly distribution on the market today? Look no further!...