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Where can I find Fedora Core 6?

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hi for all

i want to ask about fedora core 6 download links
please any one know tell me the links

and also

i want to ask
is the fedora core 6 is better for tools or not?

thx
 

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Re: about fedora core

but notice that download accelerators are not supported from the original download page, so, to have resumable download, use mirrors..

This is one of them:
https://redhat.secsup.org/fedora/core/6/i386/iso/

I tried it, and download completed in about 4 houres for the 3.5GB ISO CDs..
I guessed that your computer archetecture is 32-bis, if not, you will need to get the 64-bit version or Mac versio... the i386 is for 32-bit arch.

But I wonder, Safwat, did you try to install Cadence IC tools on FC6?

Salaam :)
Ahmad,
 

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about fedora core

no, i only tried it on FC3 some of the guys did on FC4 , i am now working on Suse10 and RHE (btw i suggest installing the KDE cause it is much more interesting)
 

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about fedora core

FC6 is not well compatible with most EDA tools yet. RHEL3/4 are much better.
 

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