Fedora Core 3 - upgrade notes
balay at fastmail.fm
Wed Nov 10 21:53:53 UTC 2004
On Wed, 10 Nov 2004, Aly Dharshi wrote:
> I would say the Fedora Core series. RedHat 9.0 wasn't considered bleeding
> edge. Distro's like debian are less bleeding edge. But for a bleeding edge
> system, the application base is fairly stable in my opinion. You get the
> latest and greatest.
I would say:
- rawhide is bleeding-edge, but fedora would be rough-edges
And the equivalnets I have bettween fedora & debinan are:
rawhide - debian unstable
fedora - debian testing (without the relese snapshots which is fedora)
RHEL/CentOS - debian stable.
And debian is a bit slower coming up with releases.
> Many folks don't read the Release Notes, these are very important to read. You
> will see someone post a message asking how VMWare will run under FC3 when the
> release notes have it plain and clear instructions. Likewise for the ssh
> changes for X forwarding.
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