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Any idea where I can get a reliable torrent for Fedora Core 4?
It seems as though the official Fedora website is not hosting them anymore (?)
Anyway, if anyone has a good link, it would be much appreciated
They are not offering FC 4 because it has not been supported for a long time. Is there some reason that you need FC 4 and not a supported version of Fedora or another distro? I would never use an unsupported distro.
As for a torrent, I don't think that exists as there is no demand for FC 4.
Last edited by teddyt; 03-07-2008 at 09:47 AM.
Reason: Posted too soon.
Yes, the only reason to use a torrent is so that everyone that downloads also uploads and it puts less of a burden on the hosting system. If only you are using the torrent, it actually is slower. It looks like this site still has it, but I'd really recommend 8 instead.
That's a good idea. Anything broken in FC 4 will stay broken, security vulnerabilities will not be fixed, hardware will become increasingly incompatible. You'd probably be doing a lot of compiling if you went that route.