I am little worried as Fedora support is shutting down. My VPS runs on Fedora Core 4. It is time to get Debian or CentOS to run my site :D
Fedora Core is an RPM-based Linux distribution, developed by the community-supported Fedora Project and sponsored by Red Hat. It aims to be a complete, general-purpose operating system that contains only free and open source software.
From the Redhat mailing list:
In case any of you are not aware, the Fedora Legacy project is in the
process of shutting down.
The current model for supporting maintenance distributions is being re-examined. In the meantime, we are unable to extend support to older Fedora Core releases as we had planned. As of now, Fedora Core 4 and earlier distributions are no longer being maintained.
I think both Ubuntu and CentOS will get good market share. What do you think?
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