USB-Sticks with Fedora Linux
Fedora is a Linux distribution, which originated from the former Red Hat Linux.
In line with Red Hat's previous licensing policy, the Fedora Project follows the principle that only programs with completely free licenses may be used. This is to prevent the project from being sued later due to licensing disputes. The most prominent consequence of this policy is that the distribution of the original installation media does not entail programs with MP3 support, but that they have to be installed later. Unofficial repositories are available for this purpose. Java also provides a free implementation of Java instead of Sun Microsystems packages.
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