Fedora Core 4

Fedora Core 4 was released in the middle of June with some interesting enhancements/additions. Click here to download it.

So far, FC4 is the most stable and simplest Fedora release that I’ve run. I was able to install it on my Thinkpad T40 and have everything up and running in less than 45 minutes with a network installation.

This screenshot shows Rhythmbox, VNC connected to Mac OSX Tiger showing the Dashboard, and on the left, CrossOver Office installed so I can run Quicken 2004. Click on the image to see a larger image. My only complaint was that FC4 did not pick up my Intel Centrino chip properly. However, that was easily solved by going to ATrpms and installing the correct drivers from here. Probably some licensing limitation to including the drivers with FC4.



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