To quote from "Cisco IOS Releases - The Complete Reference":
'fc2' is an internal rebuild of the 'fc1' build. 'fc2' is usually created to fix a specific defect found in the 'fc1' build. An 'fc2' build cannot be created if the first build was already released to a public directory.
I'm not exactly sure what that means in practical terms but it sounds like fc2 is a last-minute bugfix.
The actual bug (or "caveat" in Cisco-speak) should be detailed in the release notes, but it won't say which one caused the rebuild, although in all likelihood it's the one at the bottom of the table.
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