Red Hat will release the first version of its hobbyist edition of Linux on Thursday, a company executive said, as the software seller tries to improve profitability by splitting its product line.
“It’s coming tomorrow,” John Young, vice president of marketing for Red Hat, said in an interview Wednesday. Red Hat had hoped to release the software, called Fedora Core 1, on Monday, but had to delay a few days because of a last-minute glitch, the Linux seller said.
“Fredora” — I like that name. This must have something to do with The Fedora Project.