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    The graphical setup of Fedora 1 sucks


    it just dun work! I have to do it all in text mode!
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    We're gonna need just a wee bit more detail if u want help with this.

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    Hehe. One of those graphical tools called Add/Remove programs never really worked for me. It was rather frustrating.
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    Re: The graphical setup of Fedora 1 sucks

    Quote Originally Posted by skyfolly
    it just dun work! I have to do it all in text mode!
    C'mon, text mode builds character!
    And I assume you haven't tried Gentoo yet...
    \"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.\"
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    gentoo is the way of the future -

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    Gentoo is not for an impatient person like me, hate the installation process, takes ages. I dun need any fancy distro i think, I only use it as a http and samba server.

    apart from that, Win XP is still my major desktop, since I have to use it to play all the games and use Office(for work).

    By the way, just switch back to Red-Flag 4.0 last night. much better
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