Fedora or Ubuntu? That is a question that Linux users are asking with increasing frequency. The question is not random -- the two distributions have consistently topped the downloads on Distrowatch for the last two years. Read Fedora and Ubuntu mail forums, and users who despair of one are constantl ...
Korora is a Linux distribution that is based on Fedora. Korora 19, code-named Bruce, which is based on Fedora 19, was released the day after its parent distribution was released. That’s a little more or less than 24 hours after Fedora 19 was released.
Which means that the Korora developers did not conduct any testing of their own before making Bruce available for download.
I was downloaded the new version of Fedora 13 KDE edition and test this new distro on my laptop using virtualbox. My first impression of this Fedora 13 is still the same, the booting takes long time compared to Ubuntu.
Hi, I've been using Linux, mostly Fedora, for a long enough time. My first version was Fedora 9, but before that, I was a Ubuntu user. I switched to Fedora and never went back. One thing that haunts me horribly is that (now it seems this has reduced to a minority) many Linux users are very unfriendly with a selfish and uncomfortable unfunnjy-joke-like disposition, and not just towards newbies.
As Thanksgiving Day approaches in the U.S., it seems only natural that Linux bloggers would wax sentimental about their favorite operating system. Datamation's Bruce Byfield kicked things off early a few weeks ago with his column, "Why FOSS Matters to Me (But Maybe Not to You)." Free software is succeeding, Byfield maintained.