An in-depth review of Fedora 7.
Fedora Core 2
Linux.com provide a brief review and conclude "It is bleeding-edge technology that will become mainstream in a year or so, and as such is an important distro for people who will be working with next year's technology. It's an important step in the evolution of Linux, and I'm glad it's here to experiment with"
Fedora Core 2: A Lot More to Expect from it
"When it comes to Stability, for me, Fedora Core 2 is less stable than the original release. With FC1, my system crashed about once a month. Now, it crashes twice a week. "
Fedora: Road To The Desktop
this article is intended on helping those that are interested in either switching to Linux or are curious as to what Linux has to offer
Getting to Know Fedora Core 1
"If you like to experiment with the latest cool stuff on the Linux scene then get downloading now. I'm sure that you will not be disappointed especially if you are an experienced Linux user from the Red Hat stable."
Red Hat Gives Away Fedora Core
eWEEK conclude "Overall we like Fedora, but have some reservations. The application install/remove tool problems absolutely must be fixed. We could not recommend this distro to a Linux newbie until that problem was resolved. "
Review of Fedora Core 2
Christian Paratschek concludes "Fedora Core 1 was a refined Red Hat 9, Gnome 2.4 was once again a very nice improvement. Fedora Core 2 now features the new kernel, Gnome 2.6 and the whole package really starts to fly. Overall, I am pretty much impressed."
Review: Fedora Core 1 is a Mild Disappointment
a review which rates this distro 7.16 out of 10