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Rahul
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2005-07-06

There aren't many Red Hat custom patches in Fedora. The Fedora kernel team as with the rest of Fedora tries to keep it really close to the upstream sources as much as possible. It is very likely that Fedora has far less non-upstream patches for the kernel compared to other mainstream distributions.

Fedora however often includes the latest kernel before many others and that might be a source of solutions as well as issues.

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