Linked by Tony Steidler-Dennison on Thu 10th Jul 2008 08:35 UTC, submitted by Zephyrcat
Fedora Core Though features are not yet being officially accepted for Fedora 10, there are already plenty of great proposed features. We can only hope they make it into the final release!
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by simo on Fri 11th Jul 2008 07:19 UTC
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Funnily enough I had the mis-fortune to have to get an IPv6 webserver working on a 256Mb P3 the other day, so thought I'd try Xubuntu - what a load of rubbish, it actually had a higher CPU load than regular Ubuntu and was completely unusable.

I ended up putting CentOS 5.1 on there which ran like a dream even in runlevel 5!

How about working wireless for F10, its totally broken for anything but Atheros in F9.

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RE: Xubuntu
by Rahul on Fri 11th Jul 2008 13:26 in reply to "Xubuntu"
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It works very well with Intel wireless too. Unfortunately there was intermediate breakage with a security fix which has subsequently been fixed. Red Hat employs the upstream wireless subsystem maintainer so Fedora pretty much carries the latest wireless bits at all times. Without getting into proprietary drivers, wireless in Fedora is certainly among the best in Linux.

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