i am new in field of linux. i don't know anything about linux.
i want to know that should i try any older version of fedora like fedora 6 to learn or can i simply start from fedora 11.
on 11/09/2009 – Made popular on 11/09/2009
hi.I was wondering if i could get an oracle 10g version that is guaranteed to work for fedora 10.I know they have downloads for linux and possibly fedora 4 but will they workon fedora 10.I thought about using wine to run the windows version of the installer but it seems wine cant 'emulate' everything.If the above stated courses of action are not possible,what 'easy to learn' software could i use t
I need to ask, why does a person come to fedora. or was fedora needed for something.
there are lots of linux versions out there, so i would like to know from users why you have chosen the fedora version over the others. if fedora is special in any way, i would love to hear about it.
Dear Fedora fans, it's time to celebrate 10 years of Fedora Linux, as ten years ago, on September 23, 2003, Michael K. Johnson announced the birth of the Fedora Project, which produces the Fedora Linux operating system.
Hi, I'm new to the Fedora OS.. I've used Windows 7 before... I haven't used Linux at all.. I tried out Fedora (version 19 I think) yesterday, which my friend gave me (he uses Ubuntu 13.04... but i liked fedora more)... But the Synaptics Touchpad on my Wipro EGO laptop did not work at all.. It did not respond at all.. I called him up and he asked me to post a question here...
We use Fedora 8 (an Amazon EC2 Public Image) for some of our servers. I see that Fedora is at version 20 now, and Fedora 8 is from around 2006/7. What confuses me is that these servers were installed in 2009, so even then this was quite an old version. Does Fedora 8 have longer support?
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.
The Fedora Project team has announced the beta release of its Linux operating system, Fedora 18, code-named Spherical Cow.
After numerous delays, Fedora 18 Beta has finally made it to the masses. This is very important for Red Hat Enterprise Linux as Fedora is the upstream version that implements all the future changes in RHEL.
I recently switched to Fedora from Linux Mint. I have Fedora 19 Gnome desktop. When I start up my laptop, it comes to a Grub menu which gives me the option to boot Fedora or the Fedora recovery. Can I change Grub2 so that it defaults to Fedora without asking?