Fedora Linux

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Fedora Linux

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What is Fedora Linux?

is a  Linux distribution  developed by the community-supported  Fedora Project  which is sponsored primarily by  Red Hat, a subsidiary of  IBM, with additional support from other companies. Fedora contains software distributed under various free and open-source licenses and aims to be on the leading edge of free technologies . Fedora creates an innovative, free, and open source platform  for hardware, clouds, and containers  that enables software developers and community members to build tailored solutions for their users.

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Features of Fedora Linux

Fedora OS offers many architectures. Fedora OS is a very reliable and stable operating system. It provides unique security features. Fedora OS provides a very powerful firewall. Fedora OS is very easy to use. It supports a large community. Fedora OS is actively developed. Fedora OS is an open-source OS. The interface of Fedora OS is very attractive . This operating system offers live mode tools. This operating system enhances internet speed.

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Software in Fedora Linux

Fedora comes preinstalled with a wide range of software such as  LibreOffice  and Firefox. Additional software is available from the software repositories and can be installed using the DNF package manager or GNOME Software. Additionally, extra repositories can be added to the system, so that software not available in Fedora can be installed easily. Software that is not available via official Fedora repositories, either because it doesn't meet Fedora's definition of free software or because its distribution may violate US law, can be installed using third-party repositories. Popular third-party repositories include RPM Fusion free and non-free repositories. Fedora also provides users with an easy-to-use build system for creating their own repositories called Copr .

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History of Fedora Linux

The name of Fedora derives from Fedora Linux, a volunteer project that provided extra software for the Red Hat Linux distribution, and from the characteristic fedora hat used in Red Hat's " Shadowman " logo. Warren Togami began Fedora Linux in 2002 as an undergraduate project at the University of Hawaii ,  intended to provide a single repository for well-tested third-party software packages so that non-Red Hat software would be easier to find, develop, and use. The key difference between Fedora Linux and Red Hat Linux was that Fedora's repository development would be collaborative with the global volunteer community. Fedora Linux was eventually absorbed into the Fedora Project, carrying with it this collaborative approach.

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Advantages/Disadvantages of Fedora Linux


Fedora OS is a very reliable and stable operating system . It enhances the security in this operating system. It offers many graphical tools. This operating system updates automatically. This OS supports many file formats. It also offers many education software. It supports a large community. It provides unique security features.


It requires a long time to set up. It requires additional software tools for the server. It does not provide any standard model for multi-file objects. Fedora has its own server, so we can't work on another server in real-time.