Linked by Christian Paratschek on Mon 13th Sep 2004 19:48 UTC
Fedora Core This article is kind of a follow-up to my first Fedora Core 2 review, published on OSNews in May. Most of the reviews are published shortly after the release of a distribution, and there's always someone who complains that one cannot really "review" a distribution after only a few days of actually working with it.
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by Gilboa on Tue 14th Sep 2004 08:01 UTC

I'm using it @home and @work on machines ranging from single CPU P5 to dual AthlonMPs and XeonDPs... and plan on using it's 64bit version on my dual Opteron machine.
Unless I have too, I don't even download and build a custom kernel.

FC2, using Apt (freshrpms/dag/kde-redhat), is stable, easily configurable and manageable.

Oh... why is it, that every single FC/RedHat topic, attracts 100,000 gentoo users that start an FC2 vs. Gentoo pissing contest?
You love gentoo? good for you. Stop craping every single Linux thread with gentoo centric comments.
Just for the record, I'm also a Gentoo user...