Linked by Rahul on Wed 14th Apr 2010 11:54 UTC
Fedora Core The Beta release of Fedora 13 (codename "Goddard") blasts off today, true to its namesake, scientist and liquid-fueled rocketry pioneer Robert Hutchings Goddard. The Fedora 13 Beta release gives an early peek at free and open source technologies that reach new heights of functionality and usability. The Beta milestone is when the Fedora Project encourages users, developers, and administrators of all types to download and try out the release early. While generally the Beta is reasonably stable, this is the time for users to exercise their favorite parts of the system and report any lingering bugs before the final release.
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RE: Comment by Beket_
by HangLoose on Thu 15th Apr 2010 07:58 UTC in reply to "Comment by Beket_"
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I am not a Fedora fan either, but I gave it a try since I wanted a desktop with KDE 4.4, also using Kubuntu and... both suck.

I would like to use openSUSE but I am very afraid of YaST. Sometimes I still have nightmares.

Meanwhile I am sticking with Ubuntu...

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