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Old 04-27-2004, 11:01 AM   #1
jlacroix
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Fedora Core T2 Questions


Alright, I tried Fedora Core T2 and I have some concerns.

First of all, I can't install RPM's. I wanted to install APT so I can update everything to stable builds, however, it said that libRPM was a requirement. It was already there. Tried to force it, wouldn't work. Has anyone else had better luck?

The "Computer" icon wasn't available in KDE, but it was there in Gnome. Is that the way it's supposed to be?

I'm thinking of just moving back to FC1, however if I update to kernel 2.6 wouldn't I have to reinstall EVERY RPM because they would have been compiled on the old kernel? I guess this is my major question.

Another question: Which is faster and more stable, ReiserFS or EXT3?

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