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  1. #21

    I see. Not discouraged, just wanna be up and running as soon as possible. I have checked with the vendor. Fedora Core? is compatible...

    But thanks for the help to both of you. I think I will get fedora 10 instead. Will be back if I have any other problems.

  2. #22
    Fedora dropped "Core" from it's name after version 6. I think that you will like Fedora 10, I just hope that your application will run on such a "modern" operating system.

    Don't forget to enable the RPMFusion repository after installation.

    RPM Fusion - RPM Fusion
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  3. #23
    Thanks for the tips. Now to get fedora 10. I assume I can remove redhat, keep the partitions and then install fedora over them...

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    Yes, but you normally would reformat the partitions too. Just to start fresh.
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