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If you're trying to decide between installing Redhat 9 and Fedora Core 1, I would say stick with Redhat 9 for now. Fedora is really, really, nice, but as a production environment it is still too unstable. Just my $.02
Originally posted by frandalla I'm not a RedHat nor Fedora user but as RedHat isn't going to support RedHat personal user versions anymore, I guess it's a good idea as Fedora will be supported and continuously improved. just my
Originally posted by moonsun I tried to install Fedora, but I could not. It gave me some error" bad address...". I think perhaps stay at RH 9.0 for a little while. Personal oppinion.
It might have something to do with the source from where you are installing it from, cause I got the cd's from RH at the linux world show and the install was no problem except for those that I created myself. lol
Originally posted by DjZvEr Um as far a I know there is no support for fedora
There is no official support by Redhat, true. However, the open source community does support it, and there are Fedora entries in Bugzilla, so there are places to go where you can get questions answered (and of course, this site has a Fedora following as well).
Originally posted by mike_loux There is no official support by Redhat, true. However, the open source community does support it, and there are Fedora entries in Bugzilla, so there are places to go where you can get questions answered (and of course, this site has a Fedora following as well).
I was getting at that RH does not offically support it.