Linked by Rahul on Wed 25th Feb 2009 15:30 UTC
Fedora Core Internet News writes about a major mark for Fedora 10 release. Fedora remains the only distribution to publish it's statistics and gathering methods openly and transparently. In any case, they reached 1 million active installations of Fedora Linux 10.
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Rahul
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Fedora, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, Mandriva and many others use PulseAudio by default and do it for good reasons. ESD and PulseAudio are both sound servers. Beyond that they are not really comparable. One is dead and broken. Other is actively maintained and has a lot more features. ALSA is too low level to do a number of features that PulseAudio does and that competing systems like Vista and OS X have done for a long time as well. Handling of bluetooth headphones or per application volume control for example.

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