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Seems the comments so far would show if you already on RH 9 and aren't having problems stay on it. If not then sure try Fedora, it's very similar to ...
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    Seems the comments so far would show if you already on RH 9 and aren't having problems stay on it. If not then sure try Fedora, it's very similar to RH 9 but not the same. i.e. Fedora introducted some new bugs that didn't exist in RH 9.
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    Since FC1 came out, I'm using it.
    Before that, I had used RH9 for a couple of months.

    My first impression with FC1 is that it's running smooth out of the box (except the Nvdia thing, but solved that). For me, one major improvement is the option to select multiple files/directories and set the read/write permissions in a single click. With RH9 I used the terminal and "chmod...".

    One additional package what was a nice surprise is the Sound Juicer CD ripper. Very user-friendly!!

    Being fairly new to Linux, my experience with RH9 won't allow me to give a technical comparison, sorry!

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