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Linux Answers Magazine: REVIEW: Red Hat 6.1

Once the install was running I was very impressed. It looks
very slick. It had the correct option for my keyboard (105 key
Intl) and auto detected my monitor correctly
– something
Caldera won’t do. However it did not install packages while running
configuration screens…”

“For my first attempt at installing 6.1 I used a custom
installation, and selected both gnome and KDE. On rebooting I was
presented with a rather drab graphical login presented by the gnome
display manager gdm. I logged in selecting KDE. What I was
presented with was a functional and complete KDE desktop. This was
stable and once configured to my personal tastes, almost as homely
as my Caldera system or a FreeBSD system…”


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