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Fedora Core 3: What's in store? 29

Chris writes "To give you a feel for what to expect in Core 3, we've done 120 screenshots of a full installation of Fedora Core 3 Test 3. Our screenshots include Gnome, KDE, and XPce interfaces. This is the last planned test release before the final release, scheduled for November 1."
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Fedora Core 3: What's in store?

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  • by Smylers (139467) <> on Wednesday October 13, 2004 @10:51AM (#10514173)
    what reason do we have for upgrading now? these rapid release schedules are TOO rapid.

    Another reason for frequent releases is to cope with new hardware. The reason I'm running Fedora at all is because there's no chance of Debian Woody installing on kit I bought this year.

    So even if there's no reason for any existing installations to be upgraded, having frequent releases helps those who are installing on to newly purchased hardware.


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