[clug] Fedora Core and Debian
Scott.Edgecombe at AirservicesAustralia.com
Mon Mar 1 01:02:10 GMT 2004
I am just about ready to perform a wipe and reinstall on some systems in
my home net. On my desktop I currently run a Debian-ised version of RH9.
This gives me access to Debian package management and repositories as
well as supporting the legacy RPM stuff. It also gives me good driver
I was looking at Fedora Core as a replacement that I would then hack
over to get the Debian stuff I want, or to go all out for Debian.
Can anyone tell me what constitutes a stable release of Fedora?
(The FAQ's don't give a clear def.)
Is Core 1 regarded as stable?
Is 'Core 2 - Testing' an equivalent to Debian 'testing' or is it more
How much was lost from the OS when RH dropped it?
Has anyone tried the unofficial 'Sarge' ISO's?
Does any one have a ballpark date for the release of 'Sarge' into
(I know, it's ready when it's ready, don't answer that.)
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