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Introducing Linux Distros by Jose Dieguez Castro

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© Jose Dieguez Castro 2016

Jose Dieguez Castro, Introducing Linux Distros, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1392-6_5

5. Fedora

Jose Dieguez Castro

(1)A Coruña, Spain

Fedora is always in the top five of the most popular Linux distributions, and part of that merit comes from its “big brother,” Red Hat, which not only uses Fedora as the community edition of its distro but also uses it as a prototype for development. But it’s unfair to ignore the merits of Fedora itself. It has a large and expert community. It is not a favorite of newcomers to Linux, but many experienced Linux users, developers, and systems administrators use it as their day-bay-day default distro. And because of Red Hat, although it has lately been losing traction in favor of easier to use or trendy ...

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