the first Fedora live CD on Linux.com.
"The Fedora community got its first official live CD last month. Based on Fedora Core 6, it shows off the best of what Fedora has to offer. Furthermore, the tools used to put together the CD make creating and maintaining custom Red Hat or Fedora-based live CDs simple.
The live CD comes as a 684MB ISO that supports only the i386 architecture. The compressed filesystem holds about 2.3GB of applications -- a fraction of applications and utilities in the five-CD set that makes up Fedora Core 6. It runs Linux kernel 2.6.18 and the latest stable GNOME (2.16) and X.org (7.1). There's no cosmetic difference between the live CD and FC6 apart from wallpaper that reflects its time of release.
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