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In particular, the use of a non-released version of GCC caused some criticism, e.g.
from Linus Torvalds' GCC 2.96 failed to compile the Linux kernel, and some other software used in Red Hat, due to stricter checks.
As of Red Hat Linux 7.0, UTF-8 was enabled as the default character encoding for the system.
This had little effect on English-speaking users, but enabled much easier internationalisation and seamless support for multiple languages, including ideographic, bi-directional and complex script languages along with European languages.
MP3 support, however, could be installed afterwards, although royalties are required everywhere MP3 is patented.
Red Hat Linux was originally developed exclusively inside Red Hat, with the only feedback from users coming through bug reports and contributions to the included software packages – not contributions to the distribution as such.
This was changed in late 2003 when Red Hat Linux merged with the community-based Fedora Project.
This involves copying a new version of the configuration agent script from the director to each node in the Overcloud.However, this did cause some negative reactions among existing Western European users, whose legacy ISO-8859-based setups were broken by the change.