Quick look at Fedora-inspired Fusion Linux 14 - Mini Review
Posted on: 04/04/2011 10:36 PM

All Things Linux posted a mini review on the Fedora-inspired Fusion Linux 14

Quick look at Fedora-inspired Fusion Linux 14 - Mini Review


Only a few weeks ago Fusion Linux 14 came out, which is based on Fedora 14. Unfortunately this means that support will already end in December this year. Fusion Linux is a Fedora Remix that is aiming at making it friendlier and more accessible to newbies. It comes with the same kernel version and even wallpaper as upstream and generally inherits everything from Fedora. As the name
suggests, the remix is adding software and multimedia from the repositories for a better start. Some inspiration seems to have come from what Linux Mint has achieved with building on Ubuntu, and Fusion is including the mintMenu (Slab-style) and a general mix of software no matter the 'purity' or other FOSS or licensing concerns. This means all your multimedia should play straight away.

The declared aim is 'desktop usability, ease of use and latest features' over everything else.



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