Is Fedora Linux for everyone? No. I recommend Mint or Ubuntu for most users. But, if you’re a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or CentOS user, or an open-source programmer, it’s another story. Then, Fedora should be your first choice.
The Fedora Project is Red Hat‘s community-driven open-source Linux. Fedora is also essentially RHEL’s test bed. As such, it uses cutting-edge software, such as the 4.16.3 Linux kernel. This latest version, Fedora 28, comes in three distinct editions: Fedora 28 Server, Fedora 26 Workstation, and Fedora 28 Atomic Host….
For developers, one of the most interesting of Fedora’s new features is its modular repository.
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