"Last night I grabbed the Fedora 10 installer, burned an ISO and
re-booted. I completed my install this morning and although these
two distros have a lot in common, they also have some definite
differences in how they work.
"Installing Fedora was quite easy. I simply went to their
website and downloaded the ISO for their bootable OS. It is 638MB
so it takes a while get grab. After a couple of beers (a DAB lager
and a Flying Fish HopFish IPA) I was ready to burn a DVD, reboot
and up came a complete Fedora distro running on my laptop. After a
quick check to make sure I could get a WiFI connection, that my
graphics card was working, and that my CD/DVD burner was working, I
clicked on the desktop icon to initiate a full install."
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