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Re: Ubuntu v. Fedora (overall)
On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 02:46:39PM -0700, Richard Fifarek wrote:
> 'Cause I'm in a "add more fuel to the fire" kinda mood ...
> Also, take into account your tolerance for change on the system. If
> you're ok with/prefer "bleeding/cutting" edge software, Fedora and, to a
> lesser extent, Ubuntu maybe the way to go. If you prefer less change
> (and potentially, more stability), RedHat/CentOS or Ubuntu LTS is
> probably more your style.
> No doubt Steve will disagree with me, but that's why I'm sending the
> note ;)
Nope, no disagreement here. I use Fedora for most things, CentOS for
the systems I don't want to have to touch (and do upgrades on), and RHEL
on the systems where random software vendors require it (but otherwise
would probably run CentOS).
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