Does Fedora include Linux?
juancondo at rcn.com
Thu Dec 2 07:27:59 UTC 2004
This is particularly for VJ whose response I read to Michael A Peters.
I also am brand new to Fedora and Linux. I was going to ask you
specifically a question which I'm sure you would find stupid and a waste
of your time. So I will go to other resources. Just so you know, this
is intimidating enough without reading rude email from arrogant people
like you. I'm sure others out there are far more helpful than you for a
beginner. I am glad to be using Fedora and I am sure I will get plenty
of help from willing people. Thanks for the websites referral to
whoever posted the link.
On Wed, 2004-12-01 at 13:19 +0000, VJ wrote:
> Michael A. Peters wrote:
> > On 12/01/2004 04:06:08 AM, duck04 wrote:
> >> Hey i just signed up for this cause i wanting to get
> >> into linux based stuff, eventually so i can customize
> >> linux and make my own linux based server. I hear that
> >> RedHat and Fedora are good. So i was wondering does
> >> the Fedora Download include a OS (operating system)
> >> with the download? Such as like Linux?
> > Yes. Fedora uses the Linux kernel.
> > It also includes gobs of servers, so you don't have to "make your own"
> > - just install what it comes with.
> > A good website to check out -
> > http://www.linuxquestions.org/
> > They have articles and howtos etc. that you might be interested in
> > reading.
> > http://www.linux.org/lessons/beginner/
> > http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Teaching/Unix/
> > -=-
> > Welcome to Linux.
> > My first experience - someone gave me a C++ compiler for Macintosh, but
> > it did not work in OS 8, only 7.6 and below. So I looked for a free
> > compiler, and found out about Linux, which I thought was a program. I
> > looked to see if there was a port for Mac OS and found MKLinux DR3
> > Rest is history. It's a fun ride.
> Come on people, do not waste your time in replying to this person who
> wants to know 'Does Fedora include Linux?'.
> If he was sane enough to go to the website and sign for this list, he
> knew what fedora is. He is probably just wasting precious time of people
> like you who help everybody.
> These days anybody who knows about linux knows about fedora/redhat
> atleast and can also find sites related to these to get more info.
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