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The Operating System

Fedora Core 5, released on the 20th March, 2006, was the fifth iteration of the Fedora project, itself a community run fork of the commercial Red Hat Linux (later Red Hat Enterprise Linux) platform. Codenamed ‘Bordeaux’, Fedora Core 5 contained the 2.6.15 release of the Linux kernel, GNOME 2.14, and an assortment of other recently updated software. Fedora Core 5 was available for x86, x86-64 and PowerPC.

Fedora Core 5 reached End of Life on the 2nd July, 2007.

The Web Browser

Konqueror 3.5.1, an iteration in the steady progression of the Konqueror web browser, maintains its course with incremental updates and modest refinements. Released as part of the KDE 3.5 series, this version upholds the browser’s reputation for reliability within the Linux ecosystem. The interface remains austere, focusing on pragmatic functionality rather than aesthetic embellishments. Konqueror 3.5.1 introduces subtle improvements, addressing minor glitches and enhancing compatibility. With a utilitarian approach, it integrates seamlessly into the KDE desktop environment, demonstrating a commitment to a harmonious user experience.

Browser User Agent

When contacting webservers ‘Fedora Core 5 x86 with Konqueror 3.5.1’ will identify itself as ‘Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Konqueror/3.5; Linux) KHTML/3.5.1 (like Gecko)’.

Run Period

For ‘Fedora Core 5 x86 with Konqueror 3.5.1’ Period Sites in Period Browsers is currently searching for pages archived between 2006-03-20 and 2006-09-20.

Emulation Platform

Hardware emulation for Fedora Core 5 is currently provided by the QEMU Project.

Fedora Core 5 for x86 can be found in the Fedora Archive. Konqueror 3.5.1 can also be found on the Fedora Core 5 installation media.


Fedora Core 5 x86 with Konqueror 3.5.1

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