Fedora 7 vs. Ubuntu Feisty Fawn
jonesc at hep.phy.cam.ac.uk
Fri Feb 23 17:52:32 UTC 2007
> Fedora doesn't come with some of the copyright grey area software, and I
> believe Ubuntu does, which is mostly audio/video related stuff like mp3
> support and DVD stuff. This is all readily available for Fedora, and
> installs in a snap, it just doesn't come in the base package. I am unsure
> as to why Ubuntu can do it and Fedora chooses not to.
You've answered your own question there :) Fedora could do it, easily,
but *chooses* instead not to and to stick to only including (officially)
totally free and non-legally-dubious software.
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