Red Hat released a Linux Kernel 2.6 distribution, the community based distribution Fedora Core 2 test 1, late last week. Fedora, which is not supported Red Hat, is an experimental distribution for Red Hat users who want to ride the bleeding edge of Linux technology. It’s meant primarily for early adopters, pilot projects and developers. This first mainstream distribution of Linux 2.6 from a major Linux distributor consists of the Linux 2.6 kernel, GNOME 2.5, and KDE 3.2. It is an early release and you can expect to find bugs. Users are requested to file bug reports to Bugzilla.
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