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    Re: Fedora Core 5 Goals

    Hay you all, I like FC4 too... but redhat and the fedora forum needs to work on manners and the OS alot, because I had to start experimenting to solve some of my problems and now though I got a perfectly fast OS with most of the rpm bells and whisles that you can get... (Wow, I like apt-get and synaptic debian packages...)

    I would expect that with the fedora foundation started the fedora will get more bleeding edge...
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    Re: Fedora Core 5 Goals

    I prefer Ubuntu.
    Sorry for the bad english

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    Re: Fedora Core 5 Goals

    Quote Originally Posted by billiejoex
    I prefer Ubuntu.
    Me too. But I think Fedora is the closest distro to Ubuntu, so it would be good to steal a few ideas from them.
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    Sure! It would be a great thing.
    But by now I can't use any distros that doesn't include apt.
    Can you imagine something better than apt?
    Sorry for the bad english

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    Re: Fedora Core 5 Goals

    Quote Originally Posted by billiejoex
    Sure! It would be a great thing.
    But by now I can't use any distros that doesn't include apt.
    Can you imagine something better than apt?
    Actually, in a number of ways, yum exceeding apt
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    Re: Fedora Core 5 Goals

    Quote Originally Posted by jdong
    Actually, in a number of ways, yum exceeding apt
    really? ech. never have I had a good experience with yum

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    Re: Fedora Core 5 Goals

    I have to admit my last RH experience was with 7.2 Though my Uni uses Fedora for some of the unix work......
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    Re: Fedora Core 5 Goals

    Quote Originally Posted by billiejoex
    But by now I can't use any distros that doesn't include apt.

    Fedora has apt-get and synaptic out there. That was how I was able to find out that Ubuntu had twice the pacakges.
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    Re: Fedora Core 5 Goals

    Quote Originally Posted by panickedthumb
    really? ech. never have I had a good experience with yum
    Agree. Still _very_ slow in FC4. But has much potential.
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    Re: Fedora Core 5 Goals

    Quote Originally Posted by Xian
    Agree. Still _very_ slow in FC4. But has much potential.
    A package managing program only has as much potential as the repo it fetchs from in my opinion....
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