(formerly Fedora Core) is a Linux distribution developed by the
community-supported Fedora Project and owned by Red Hat. Fedora contains
software distributed under a free and open-source license and aims to
be on the leading edge of such technologies. Fedora has a reputation for
focusing on innovation, integrating new technologies early on and
working closely with upstream Linux communities. The default desktop in
Fedora is the GNOME desktop environment and the default interface is the
GNOME Shell. Other desktop environments, including KDE, Xfce, LXDE,
MATE and Cinnamon, are available. Fedora Project also distributes custom
variations of Fedora called Fedora spins. These are built with specific
sets of software packages, offering alternative desktop environments or
targeting specific interests such as gaming, security, design,
scientific computing and robotics.
Fedora comes preinstalled with a wide range of software such as LibreOffice and Firefox. Additional software is available from the software repositories and can be installed using the DNF package manager or GNOME Software.
Additionally, extra repositories can be added to the system, so that software not available in Fedora can be installed easily. Software that is not available via official Fedora repositories, either because it doesn't meet Fedora's definition of free software or because its distribution may violate US law, can be installed using third-party repositories. Popular third-party repositories include RPM Fusion free and non-free repositories. Fedora also provides users with an easy-to-use build system for creating their own repositories called Copr.
Since the release of Fedora 25, the operating system defaults to the Wayland display server protocol, which replaced the X Window System.
Beginning with Fedora version 30, it is available in five editions:
- Fedora Workstation – It targets users who want a reliable, user-friendly, and powerful operating system for their laptop or desktop computer. It comes with GNOME by default but other desktops can be installed or can be directly installed as Spins.
- Fedora Server – Its target usage is for servers. It includes the latest data center technologies. This edition doesn't come with a desktop environment, but one can be installed. From Fedora 28, Server Edition will deliver Fedora Modularity, adding support for alternative update streams for popular software such as Node.js and Go.
- Fedora CoreOS – It provides a minimal image of Fedora which includes just the bare essentials. It is meant for deployment in cloud computing. It provides Fedora CoreOS images which are optimized minimal images for deploying containers.
- Fedora IoT – Images of Fedora tailored to running on Internet of Things devices.
- Fedora Silverblue – It targets users who want an immutable desktop and developers who use container based workflows.
Fedora 33 (64Bit)
- ASIN: B08PBTL54H
- SKU : SI-72X6-HVM8
- Availability: In Stock
Please Note: This software is free to download from the developers website. You are paying for the label design, disk manufacturing, printing and postage. It is ideal for those who do not have broadband and do not want to use data or for those who do not feel confident burning an ISO file to DVD. These programs are licensed under the terms of the GNU License, the GNU lesser Public License or the Mozilla Public License or are in the Public Domain. This item does not infringe any copyrights, trademarks or any other rights.
Format: DVD Disk
Number of Disks: 1 (DVD)
License: GNU/GPL (Free to use or Redistribute)
Special Packets of 20, 40 & 80 DVDs are available for Business Partners & Resellers.