Linked by Rahul on Sun 8th Feb 2009 04:45 UTC
Fedora Core Fedora 11 Alpha was released a couple of days back. Phoronix takes a quick look "While a few delays were experienced by the Red Hat engineers and community working on Fedora 11 (a.k.a. Leonidas), the first alpha release of this popular Linux distribution is now available. The 11th release of Fedora will bring a huge set of new features and updated packages, with much of the work already being visible in Fedora 11 Alpha." "Starting with the installation, Fedora 11 is now using the EXT4 file-system by default but there is support built into the Anaconda installer for Btrfs, which recently entered the mainline Linux kernel."
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Fedora is Bullshit
by cadcrazy on Tue 10th Feb 2009 18:01 UTC
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To me fedora is a bullshit beta distro and will always remain in beta

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RE: Fedora is Bullshit
by Starclopsofish on Wed 11th Feb 2009 04:01 in reply to "Fedora is Bullshit"
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Care to elaborate? What exactly is bullshit about Fedora? I've been using Ubuntu for about a year, and to me, every release gets slower and bugs may be fixed, but 3 or 4 important apps (for me) break.

I recently installed Fedora 10 and after several days with it the only fault I can find with it is that Banshee is broken. Other than that, it's rock solid. If you're using a distro that's so much better than Fedora, I'd be VERY curious to hear what it is.

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