Re: What are the main differences between Fedora and Ubuntu? [Please keep it civil!]
basically, the main difference is the package systems they use. Fedora is based on RedHat and uses rpm files to install programs. Ubuntu is based on Debian and uses deb files. As far the underlying system, both basically the same. As far as what you see, basically the same. Main difference that I know of is how they install programs and the way they are installed initially.
Debian Testing(64bit) + XFCE4 AM2 5200+ ATI Radeon HD4350, 4gig RAM,320Gig and 750gig HDs
what's the difference between an answer and a solution? An answer is what they want to hear, a solution is what they don't want to hear