A frequently asked question is: Where can I find a specific older version of Fedora? The correct answer is: If you CANNOT find it on the official Fedora Mirror List, then chances are it is too old and not supported. Unless you need an older version for some very specific task, I strongly recommend that you use a recent version of Fedora. To find an older version, start by going through the mirrors to see if you can find a site that is physically closer to you (for faster downloads).
Do you fear the “Werewolf” ***** ? The Fedora project just released Fedora 8 with a great deal of enthusiasm. Fedora had been slipping behind in the past few releases and there have always been quality issues, but the team hopes this release will put them back on track. The highlights from the Release Summary: Graphics/Multimedia PulseAudio - A revamped sound system addressing many of the limitations and problems with older Linux sound systems.