[clug] Fedora and the future of RedHat
daniel at codefish.net.au
Tue Oct 21 19:29:27 EST 2003
Not at all. The Fedora core is still a desktop and still freely
available to downlad (I'm currently beta testing Fedora test 3).
Basically Fedora will be free to the public and will form the core of
all Red Hat products but there enterprise editions will have a slower
release cycle and longer support. Read the FAQ's at:
Or if your still confused pop a question to one of the Fedora mailing
lists/IRC channels (both listed at the site).
Brett Worth wrote:
> I've been searching around on the net and cant find an answer to this.
> Does the Fedora project mean that Redhat will no longer make their desktop
> distribution available for free download?
> Is RedHat 9.0 the last free wholly RedHat maintained desktop distribution?
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