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Re: Ubuntu v. Fedora (overall)
Ubuntu for me, although I don't consider myself a diehard linux guy. I use it at work and home almost exclusively but I have
never compiled a kernel.
Just my 2c
On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 1:15 PM, Scott Duensing <email@example.com>
Personally, I like Debian/Ubuntu. Fedora tries to be too much like
Windows for my tastes. Also, for some odd reason, RPM hates me. :-)
On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 11:48 AM, Steven Pritchard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 10:45:33AM -0600, Nathan Nutter wrote:
>> However, just to be clear Red Hat and Fedora are way more different
>> than Ubuntu and Fedora are.
> Well, the GUI is more-or-less the same between Ubuntu and Fedora, but
> that's where the similarities end. The low-level stuff (package
> management tools, installers, that sort of thing) is identical between
> RHEL/CentOS and Fedora. There's no pain in transitioning between them
> IF you ignore the GUI bits.
> (Even some of the GUI bits are common though, actually. We use
> virt-manager on both Fedora and CentOS. The CentOS version is almost as
> current as the Fedora version.)
>> If you wanted to compare Red Hat and Fedora you could make an almost
>> equally compare Ubuntu and Debian stable.
> Almost. The installers are completely different. Other than that,
> ignoring the GUI bits, yeah, you're right.
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