Fuduntu 14.7 Review
Dec 28, 2010, 15:34 (3 Talkback[s])
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"A young and rapidly developing distro, Fuduntu is a fork of
Fedora aiming to sit somewhere in between Ubuntu and Fedora. The
current version is based off Fedora 14, but it adds quite a few
interesting features that I believe should make the RedHat cousin
more atractive to the average user.
"To learn more about the Fuduntu project, visit its website
following this LINK.
"Fuduntu is still a young distro, which means that the Fedora
influence is still too evident. In my case, that is sort of bad
news. I recently wrote an ARTICLE when Fedora 14 was released.
Unfortunately, it didn't even motivate me to put together a review.
In my opinion, Fedora is slowly taking on a specialist distro vibe,
probably because most of its recent new features may be meaningful
for developers, but not so much for the average user."