Linux in the Old Homestead

Since starting with Linux in 2006, I’ve mostly used Fedora or Fedora-based distros, with a recent foray for a couple of years into the now-departed Debian-based CrunchBang (though, truth be told, I’ll be test driving a CrunchBang fork called BunsenLabs Linux as soon as it’s ready). Currently, my primary distro is the most recent version of Korora, a Fedora-based distro from Australia, with the Xfce desktop, because that’s how I roll. Korora includes all the bells and whistles (and some other neat stuff, like Pharlap) to make Internet use a breeze compared to stock Fedora.