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| Red Hat released its Fedora Core 5 version of Linux on Monday,
| giving enthusiasts new graphics and virtualization abilities,
| as well as some desktop utilities based on a software framework
| from Microsoft.
| Version 5 has a bucket of new features, according to release notes.
| Both of Linux's major graphical user interface packages, GNOME and
| KDE, have been updated to versions 2.14 and 3.5, respectively.
| For those with advanced graphics abilities, Fedora Core 5 includes
| support for Accelerated Indirect GL X, which adds 3D effects to the
| user interface...
It's not so usual for the release of yet-another^TM intermediate Linux
distribution to attract media attention. Nice to be proven otherwise. It's
usually Novell and Red Hat.