Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 13th Nov 2003 05:19 UTC
Fedora Core Fedora Core 1 has been out now for a few days now and many faithful Linux fans have already installed it. Red Hat's Linux is still one of my favorite distributions because of one main reason: compatibility with Linux software. Red Hat is a market leader and following the market leader assures the least trouble for most users. But is this the case with Fedora Core?
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It is Spanish for your information, I do not speak Spanish but I can see it is by looking at it. I am sure considering that you should be net savvy, with all the information you give on this site, that there are translation services out there. Infact many browsers have options in their menues that say "translate such and such to such and such."

Happy reading:
http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/tr?url=http%3A//www.li...

I do not expect to not get modded down as I am sure you will wish to after you read what that other person posted, I see you do not like people that do not agree with you. That is fine, I just was showing you that I used common sense and found a way to read what at first I could not. Common sense goes a long way in finding information that you once did not know, works in many situations, including just using a computer.

Operating Systems really are unimportant in learning... don't learn the OS, learn how to use a computer, then the OS doesn't matter. But then again, this is my opinion, others may not share it, oh well.

Another thing, people say "I use a computer as a tool and don't want to learn it." What tools are out there that take no learning? I would not want some inexperianced person using a blow torch or an electric arc welder. I would not want someone who doesn't know how to shoot a gun to use it without being taught. I myself would not want to use a tool without learning how to use it. Even a hammer would need very simple learning, as those without knowing how to use a hammer could potentially smash a finger, or put a nice dent in something on accident. So yes computers are tools, complex tools even, and yes tools need to be learned,

I'd like to see a review of an OS maybe after a month or two of use on a machine sometime, can that be arranged?