OSNews: Fedora Core 3: A Short Review
Nov 21, 2004, 05:00 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jeremy LaCroix)
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"I've been using Linux since the Redhat days. Since then, it has
grown from a curious look to a hobby, and more recently to my main
operating system. Due to starting out with Redhat, I admit to being
partial to the Redhat/Fedora series. Don't let that concern you
though, as I've tried all of the mainstream distributions, even
Lycoris and Linspire.
"Even though Fedora is currently my distro of choice, my
experience with it has not always been top notch, with each version
so far there are ups, and there are downs. Fedora Core 1 was
overall a pleasant experience for me, while it was slow it was very
basic, stable and it got the job done..."