Fedora 10 Beta (Gnome) Review
Posted on: 10/05/2008 01:45 PM

Headshotgamer posted a review on Fedora 10 Beta

Fedora, for those that didn't know, was born out of Red Hat Linux as a way to continue a free community based distribution and keep Red Hat Enterprise for those with deep pockets and data centres. The first release of Fedora was back in 2003 so there's been on average two releases a year since. As I was a Red Hat user back in the day (at University I was using Red Hat 6.0 as a way for me to do my C code at home rather than pulling all nighters on campus) I was happy to continue on with Fedora. Unfortunately the first couple of releases of Fedora weren't to my liking and I parted ways. These days Fedora has matured and is arguably one of the top 5 distributions. It's RPM based (similar to Mandriva and OpenSuse) and has a vocal and passionate community. It's also been ear-marked by me as one of the possible distros to upgrade to, so long as it ticks all the gaming boxes and doesn't play up too much!

Fedora 10 Beta (Gnome) Review


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