SAN FRANCISCO (11/07/2003) - Red Hat Inc. has posted the first release of a new Linux distribution, called Fedora Core 1. Red Hat hopes Fedora will become a community-driven test bed for software that may one day make it into its commercial Red Hat Enterprise Linux software. With the release of Fedora Core, Red Hat is now developing two distinct Linux distributions: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, which comes with a variety of technical support options, and the unsupported Fedora software.
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