Fedora Overview And Screenshots
Fedora is a community distro from Red Hat. It is a cutting edge distribution that offers a large number of packages available to install. It uses YUM and RPM to install packages. A new release comes out every 6 months. If you are looking for something a little more stable with long term support take a look at Centos.
I used Fedora before I found Arch Linux. One reason I really like Fedora is because all the work they do upstream. What this means is instead of creating some patch for just Fedora they work with the application developers to get the fix in place. Such as a patch or fix for Gnome. This does not benefit Fedora but all Linux distros.
Where To Get Fedora:
Download Install ISO:
Purchase Install Disc:
Where To Get Support:
Main IRC Chat: #fedora on irc.freenode.net
Mailing List: https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo
Google Search: http://www.google.com/linux
Fedora Spins are alternate version of Fedora, tailored for various types of users via hand-picked application sets and other customizations.
Fedora Design Suite
Looking for a ready-to-go desktop environment brimming with free and open source multimedia production and publishing tools? Try the Design Suite, a Fedora Spin created by designers, for designers.
Fedora Security Lab
The Fedora Security Lab provides a safe test environment to work on security auditing, forensics, system rescue and teaching security testing methodologies in universities and other organizations.
Fedora Games Spin
The Fedora Games spin offers a perfect showcase of the best games available in Fedora. The included games span several genres, from first-person shooters to real-time and turn-based strategy games to puzzle games. Not all the games available in Fedora are included on this spin, but trying out this spin will give you a fair impression of Fedora's ability to run great games.
MythDora is a Fedora and MythTV Linux Distribution that provides all the tools necessary to create a working MythTV based PVR system. MythDora is available in I386 & X86_64 architectures on both LiveCD and DVD formats.