[Scribus] INkscape Friendly Linux Distribution _OT
Sun Mar 5 15:41:27 CET 2006
> Fedora Core is purely experimental, Red Hat tells you this on their
> site. It feels that way too, as well as behaves that way! Again, it's
> Linux, so it is fixable, but it always feels unfinished to me. I also
> never get the feeling it's reached a completely stable state either,
> although I think a good Red Hat user could make it feel that way.
One of the things I would hope we can do when people ask questions like
Mr. Culleton's, is to refrain from saying negative things about one
distro or another; perhaps better just to mention positive features of
whatever one(s) you prefer. There are several list members who use
Fedora and find it stable, easy to use and update, and certainly
wouldn't characterize it as experimental. In fact, the FAQs on Fedora's
site do not say this.
From their site:
*"Fedora Core* is a *free* operating system that offers the best
combination of *stable* and *cutting-edge* software that exists in the
free software world."
One of the things I did before installing Fedora, and do every time I
consider upgrading to the next release, is to take a look at
fedora-list, where you can easily get a sense of the kinds of
installation, driver, and other problems people are having, as well as
solutions to most if not all.
There are many reasonable choices for a Linux distro that plays well
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