Fedora 20 Heisenbug review - Finally, a good version!
Posted on: 12/23/2013 10:04 PM

Dedoimedo posted a review of Fedora 20 Heisenbug 64-bit edition, with the KDE desktop, tested in a quad-boot setup on a laptop with Intel graphics and SSD, covering live session, installation and post-install usage, including Wireless, Samba, partitioning, package management & updates, easyLife for extra software and codecs, multimedia playback

Fedora 20 Heisenbug review - Finally, a good version!


My love affair with Fedora is much like a typical visit to an Amsterdam brothel, where you expect to nibble some premium European white chocolate, sip wine and chat with a lady of uncommon affections, and you end up tied and hurting, and then she's crying, and the police is talking to you in a funny language, all of them dressed in leather coats and wearing fedoras. Ah, fedoras.

Anyhow, it feels like version 19 only came out yesterday, and now there's a new one. But the autumn season has turned into winter, and we must test, test, test. Naturally, I chose the KDE version and set about pimping my way around. You will now bear witness to my escapade. Intel graphics, SSD, quad boot, good fun. Melee!



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