Updating fedora 3
Fedora Core contained all the base packages that were required by the operating system, as well as other packages that were distributed along with the installation CD/DVDs, and was maintained only by Red Hat developers.
Fedora Extras, the secondary repository that had been included since Fedora Core 3, was community-maintained and not distributed along with the installation CD/DVDs.
Fedora has a relatively short life cycle: each version is usually supported for at least 13 months, where version The default desktop environment in Fedora is GNOME and the default user interface is the GNOME Shell.
Other desktop environments, including KDE Plasma, Xfce, LXDE, MATE, Deepin and Cinnamon, are available and can be installed.
(that includes Sci Py, Octave, Kile, Xfig and Inkscape).
The Fedora AOS (Appliance Operating System) was a specialized spin of Fedora with reduced memory footprint for use in software appliances.
If you have graphical access to your desktop, you can use the graphical tools to install software.
Go to the System menu, choose "Administration", and then click on "Add/Remove Software".
Software that is not available via official Fedora repositories, either because it doesn't meet Fedora's definition of free software or because its distribution may violate US law, can be installed using third-party repositories.Fedora uses Security-Enhanced Linux by default, which implements a variety of security policies, including mandatory access controls, which Fedora adopted early on.Fedora comes preinstalled with a wide range of software such as Libre Office and Firefox.with less use cases than mentioned above, like network installers and minimal installation images.They are intended for special cases and/or expert users that want to have custom installations or configuring Fedora from scratch.