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The Fedora Project is an offshoot from Red Hat Linux and was created by Red Hat in September 2003 after they discontinued Red Hat Linux at version 9. Red Hat use the Fedora Project as a proving ground for new technology which will eventually make it into their commercial Red Hat Enterprise Linux product, and have a more open development process which allows the community to contribute to the project.

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Buy Fedora 7

Please note the current version of Fedora is now Fedora 9

Fedora 7 was released on May 31st 2007 and contains the Linux kernel 2.6.21, xorg 7.2, KDE 3.5.6, Gnome 2.18.0, Evolution 2.10.1, Firefox and much more. The release announcement is available here and the release notes here

Fedora 7 comes on either a DVD containing a more full set of packages, or cut down live versions which boots from the media and can be installed from should you choose to; the live versions come in either Gnome or KDE flavours. The 32 bit live versions can fit on a CD but the 64 bit versions are too big and come on DVD; however we are only charging the CD price for these live DVD versions.

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32 bit, 64 bit or PPC?

Select 32 bit if you have a Pentium or Celeron (meaning any Pentium or Celeron, including a Pentium 4, Pentium M, etc.) or the original Core Duo (not a Core 2 Duo).

Select 64 bit if you have a Core 2 Duo, Core Solo, Opteron, Athlon 64, Turion 64, or Sempron. (This also includes the newer "Intel Mac" machines.)

Select PPC if you have a modern Mac that's not an Intel Mac

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Your Fedora DVD or CDs are created using high quality Taiyo Yuden DVDs or Verbatim DataLifePlus CDs. They are sent in a DVD sized case as shown below which holds either the single DVD or CD. The case is then shipped bubble wrapped in a plastic waterproof mailer.

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Fedora 7 RPMs/SRPMs

We have available the full set of RPM and SRPM files for the above editions of Fedora 7 should you require them. Please note these do not contain the installers for Fedora, just the RPM or SRPM files. These are the full sets of files at:

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