Download of the day: Fedora core live CD

Posted on in Categories Download of the day, Linux distribution, RedHat/Fedora Linux last updated January 12, 2007

Now, you can download Fedora core live CD 😀

After lots of feedback, bug fixing and testing of the beta live CD announced 3 weeks ago, I’m pleased to announce the first official Fedora live CD. This live CD is based on packages from the Fedora Core 6 (codenamed “Zod”) and Fedora Extras package collections and is such 100% free software.

The live CD is currently only available for i386 architectures. Support for other architectures including ppc and x86_64 is planned. The live cd weighs around 682MB. Download from official web site

Related links

=> Official announcement
=> Linux.com has a review of the Fedora Core 6 live CD

Posted by: Vivek Gite

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18 comment

  1. I have a question. Why can I not install Fedora on my hdd with the live cd? I can’t find an Install button. I mention the fact that I been using Ubuntu prior to this and there was pure and simple just clicked Install. Now what do I do?

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