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Red Hat releases newest Fedora
Contributed by: SHA, at 6/14/2005 10:12:00 AM.

Red Hat has released Fedora Core 4, a free version of Linux the company is using to advance virtualization, programming tools and other software at the frontier of open-source development.

Among other features, Fedora Core 4--released Monday--comes with the Xen virtualization software, which lets multiple operating systems run on the same computer. Xen competes with software from EMC's VMware and with Microsoft virtual machine products.
Additionally, the new Fedora was built using the new version 4 of GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection--tools that translate human-written source code into computer-readable binary instructions. GCC 4 brings a new framework that its advocates hope will lead to better performance.


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