Fedora is the community version of RedHat if I say in civilized manner. To be more rude I can say that Fedora is the bleeding beta version of RedHat where the community will test and fix the bugs for them before they release the next stable enterprise version. Actually when RedHat went from being free and opensource to a licensed OS, they created fedora to keep the opensource part of the OS active.
But, Fedora is the operating system which is closest to being a real opensource operating system compared to distributions like Ubuntu which has more commercial purpose.
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