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linux-noob.com is proud to bring you exclusive screenshots of Fedora Core Release 4

 

installation screenshots from start to finish here

 

post installation screenshots are in this thread (scroll down)

 

the new distro is called Stentz and I must say that Gnome is looking oh so fine :P

 

expect a review coming shortly ;-)

 

heres the readme from cd1

 

cheers

 

anyweb

 

UPDATE:-

 

fast mirror > ftp://ftp.net.usf.edu/pub/fedora/linux/co...C4-i386-DVD.iso

 

seems all the mirrors are more or less up now, so pick one that is nearest to you or try some below

 

 

 

torrent #1

 

http://thepiratebay.org/details.php?id=3343536

 

torrent #2

 

http://ur2.st00pid.com/fedora.core.4.torrent

 

 

 

ftp #1

 

look at the first pic and copy the url ;)

 

ftp #2

 

http://mirrors.xmission.com/fedora/core/4/i386/iso/

 

Fedora Core 4 README

 

  Copyright © 2005 Red Hat, Inc.

 

  The contents of this CD-ROM are Copyright © 2005 Fedora Project and

  others. Refer to the End User License Agreement and individual

  copyright notices in each source package for distribution terms.

 

  Fedora, Red Hat, Red Hat Network, the Red Hat "Shadow Man" logo,

  RPM, Maximum RPM, the RPM logo, Linux Library, PowerTools, Linux

  Undercover, RHmember, RHmember More, Rough Cuts, Rawhide and all Red

  Hat-based  trademarks  and  logos are trademarks or registered

  trademarks  of  Red  Hat,  Inc. in the United States and other

  countries.

 

  Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.

 

  Motif and UNIX are registered trademarks of The Open Group.

 

  Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.

  Itanium and Celeron are trademarks of Intel Corporation.

 

  AMD, AMD Athlon, AMD Duron, and AMD K6 are trademarks of Advanced

  Micro Devices, Inc.

 

  Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

 

  SSH and Secure Shell are trademarks of SSH Communications Security,

  Inc.

 

  FireWire is a trademark of Apple Computer Corporation.

 

  All other trademarks and copyrights referred to are the property of

  their respective owners.

 

  The GPG fingerprint of the "Fedora Project <fedora@redhat.com>" key

  is:

 

  CA B4 4B 99 6F 27 74 4E 86 12 7C DF B4 42 69 D0 4F 2A 6F D2

    _________________________________________________________

 

  Table of Contents

 

  DIRECTORY ORGANIZATION

  INSTALLING

  GETTING HELP

  EXPORT CONTROL

 

DIRECTORY ORGANIZATION

 

  Fedora  Core  is  delivered  on multiple CD-ROMs consisting of

  installation CD-ROMs and source code CD-ROMs.

 

  The  first installation CD-ROM can be directly booted into the

  installation on most modern systems, and contains the following

  directory structure (where /mnt/cdrom is the mount point of the

  CD-ROM):

 

 

/mnt/cdrom

  |----> Fedora

  |        |----> RPMS        -- binary packages

  |        `----> base        -- information on this release of Fedora

  |                              Core used by the installation process

  |----> images                -- boot and driver disk images

  |----> isolinux              -- files necessary to boot from CD-ROM

  |----> README                -- this file

  |----> RELEASE-NOTES        -- the latest information about this rel

ease

  |                              of Fedora Core

  `----> RPM-GPG-KEY          -- GPG signature for packages from Red H

at

 

 

 

  The remaining Installation CD-ROMs are similar to Installation

  CD-ROM 1, except that only the Fedora subdirectory is present.

 

  The directory layout of each source code CD-ROM is as follows:

 

/mnt/cdrom

  |----> SRPMS                -- source packages

  `----> RPM-GPG-KEY          -- GPG signature for packages from Red H

at

 

 

 

  If you are setting up an installation tree for NFS, FTP, or HTTP

  installations, you need to copy the RELEASE-NOTES files and all

  files from the Fedora directory on discs 1-3. On Linux and Unix

  systems,  the  following  process  will properly configure the

  /target/directory on your server (repeat for each disc):

    1. Insert disc

    2. mount /mnt/cdrom

    3. cp -a /mnt/cdrom/Fedora /target/directory

    4. cp /mnt/cdrom/RELEASE-NOTES* /target/directory (Do this only for

      disc 1)

    5. umount /mnt/cdrom

 

INSTALLING

 

  Many computers can now automatically boot from CD-ROMs. If you have

  such a machine (and it is properly configured) you can boot the

  Fedora  Core  CD-ROM  directly. After booting, the Fedora Core

  installation program will start, and you will be able to install

  your system from the CD-ROM.

 

  The images/ directory contains the file boot.iso. This file is an

  ISO image that can be used to boot the Fedora Core installation

  program. It is a handy way to start network-based installations

  without having to use multiple diskettes. To use boot.iso, your

  computer must be able to boot from its CD-ROM drive, and its BIOS

  settings must be configured to do so. You must then burn boot.iso

  onto a recordable/rewriteable CD-ROM.

 

  Another  image  file  contained  in  the  images/ directory is

  diskboot.img. This file is designed for use with USB pen drives (or

  other bootable media with a capacity larger than a diskette drive).

  Use the dd command to write the image.

 

Note

 

  The ability to use this image file with a USB pen drive depends on

  the ability of your system's BIOS to boot from a USB device.

 

GETTING HELP

 

  For those that have web access, see http://fedora.redhat.com. In

  particular, access to Fedora Project mailing lists can be found at:

 

  https://listman.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/

 

EXPORT CONTROL

 

  The communication or transfer of any information received with this

  product may be subject to specific government export approval. User

  shall adhere to all applicable laws, regulations and rules relating

  to the export or re-export of technical data or products to any

  proscribed country listed in such applicable laws, regulations and

  rules  unless  properly authorized. The obligations under this

  paragraph shall survive in perpetuity.

 

release notes are attached below, please read them for Installation issues etc.

 

3fb2924c8fb8098dbc8260f69824e9c437d28c68 FC4-i386-disc1.iso

31fdc2d7a1f1709aa02c9ea5854015645bd69504 FC4-i386-disc2.iso

032455cdf457179916be3a739ca16add75b768b7 FC4-i386-disc3.iso

f560f26a32820143e8286afb188f7c36d905a735 FC4-i386-disc4.iso

 

cheers

 

anyweb

RELEASE_NOTES.txt

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ok here comes some post-installation screenshots for ya

 

oh and this ;)

 

[anyweb@localhost ~]$ uname -a

Linux localhost.localdomain 2.6.11-1.1369_FC4 #1 Thu Jun 2 22:55:56 EDT 2005 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

[anyweb@localhost ~]$ cat /etc/redhat-release

Fedora Core release 4 (Stentz)

[anyweb@localhost ~]$ uptime

21:09:16 up 8 min,  2 users,  load average: 0.37, 0.74, 0.59

[anyweb@localhost ~]$

 

its nice, i'm looking forward to getting used to it

 

cheers

 

anyweb

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apt for Fedora core release 4 found here

 

http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedo...cnc7-2.i386.rpm

 

more goodies included in the extras right here

 

http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedo.../extras/4/i386/

 

cheers

 

anyweb

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for anyone in the UK i recommend that you use the link

 

ftp://ftp.mirror.ac.uk/sites/fedora.redhat.com/

 

as i am getting 1,800KBps from it so its fast.

 

 

Adam,

 

just as a note... mirror.ac.uk went through a bit of difficulty in funding recently and Kent Uni was worried about the possiblity of it disappearing (afaik this hasn't been resolved) anyway, around this time mirrorservice.org turned up, mirrorservice was JISC taking action to ensure that the mirror been provided by Kent Uni didn't just vanish with no replacement. The service that mirror.ac.uk provides will die (or has?) and mirrorservice.org will become the permant home for the mirror service. The rates I have achieved on from them have been huge (as you've seen), so needless to say all my downloads are from them :)

 

Anyway, exact same link but from mirrorservice:

http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/fedora.redhat.com/

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My first fedora install, after redhat.. i'm impressed, now it fully supports all the hardware on my laptop, and shutsdown perfectly (used to hang CPU), I must say this distro is bliss.

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anyweb! these screenies helped me convince a noob to let me install fedora! yay! ty very much

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i'm glad to see the screenies are helping noobs to learn linux or for that matter try it

 

and yes Fedora is linux, and a very worthwhile linux to learn too ;-)

 

cheers

 

anyweb

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Nice display Anyweb ;)

 

I am far behind with linux at the moment :unsure:

 

So it time for me to catch up lol. soooooon, my windows is going to DIE! then had to reformat windows then format linux to install FC4 or i might go for Gentoo again :rolleyes: but bootstracpting taking so aggggeeessssss. lol. can't deciced at the moment yet heh. my laptop is ATI gfx card... is crap lol need nvidia but don't have one... so dunno yet.

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  • 1 month later...

yum is already installed once you install FC4 into your system, why you mention the apt-get for fc4? isnt it bad to have both? I mean yum and apt-get in the same system? I've heard of a pro unixer people that never install apt-get & yum in the same system, What do you think guys?

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yum is already installed once you install FC4 into your system, why you mention the apt-get for fc4? isnt it bad to have both? I mean yum and apt-get in the same system? I've heard of a pro unixer people that never install apt-get & yum in the same system, What do you think guys?

 

although on the surface it would see so, the answer is no

 

yum apt and up2date can live on the same system and work together, the reason behind this is a simple one, they all are just frontends to RPM (on fedora) which is the real backend.

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yum caters for one audience and i must admit it's improving but the downsides of it are the long times it takes to download the package headers.

 

that said, yum is good enough to do this

 

yum -y install apt

 

and now you have apt-get !

 

i use both apt-get and yum to do my program updates, it's extremely rare these days that i touch up2date and with FCR5 coming next month, you can expect it to have a graphical manager for yum (called PUP) which will hopefully give people more of a liking towards yum

 

both yum and apt-get have their plus's and minus's,

 

having both allows you to have the best of both worlds

 

cheers

anyweb

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