[in the news]: India's Digit Magazine's Fedora 13 Review

Jonathan Nalley jnalley at jnalley.com
Fri Aug 6 18:44:14 UTC 2010

"Fedora is, and is meant to a bleeding edge distro, yet manages to be
very stable. While it may have a simple and easy install process and
interface, it doesn’t offer too much to the Linux newbie. It feels
less like an integrated distribution and more like a generic Linux
installation, which it might well be; there are few customizations
which are unique to Fedora, although this isn’t necessarily a bad

For those who have worked on Linux for a while, Fedora is a nice way
to come back to the basics, but those who are still new to the world
of Linux might find themselves fighting with basic operations such as
adding repositories – which come easily to other distributions. On the
other hand its performs remarkably well.  If you do opt for Fedora be
prepared to spend some time on the CLI."


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