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for all redhat users and linux newbies. I have just installed a copy of redhat fedora on my pc. it is beautiful. a work of art! everyone who likes redhat ...
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    fedora


    for all redhat users and linux newbies. I have just installed a copy of redhat fedora on my pc.

    it is beautiful. a work of art!

    everyone who likes redhat or is new to linux should try this.

    wow.
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    Does it look as Redhat 9?? Do you have any link for image downloads??
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    lookey feeley

    It still has the bluecurve style but it includes all latest releases of stuff. like the new gnome, openoffice, epiphany etc.

    also new and improved graphical booter. so no more black screen - boots very fast.

    I am running it on an Athlon 700 with 512Mb Ram and an 8MB cheap graphics card. and it runs very well out of the box on a standard install with all server packages installed - (sendmail/fetchmail/apache/samba/bind , etc)

    Super impressed. I'll post a screenshot later.
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    quick screenshot

    just a quick screenshot for anyone who's interested.

    cheers

    kris
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    This Core 1 is a beta, right?
    I am on a journey to mastering Linux and I got a bloody long way to go!!!

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    here is another link to get the fedora images:
    ftp://ftp.linux.ncsu.edu/pub/fedora/linux/core/

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    i have also removed redhat9 and installed fedora core 1

    yes its visibly fastttt !!!!!

    programs open up real quick. the nautilus is quick too.

    i installed with gnome [no kde]

    and installed xfce4

    xfce4 gives more UNIX like looks and less of Microsoft.

    i hope fedore core really bring linux desktop on par with MacOSX in terms of gui, as soon as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allblack
    This Core 1 is a beta, right?
    i'm pretty sure that Fedora Core 1 is the stable release.
    severn (RH10) was the beta
    yarrow (Fedora Core 1) is the stable release.

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