Re: Red hat
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2005 16:45:56 +0200
> OK I'm starting to get the feel of waht took place in the past few
> My probem is that because of my location there is no high speed
> internet available.
> To download any of the versions mentioned would take a couple of day
> and that just isn't possible.
> Is the new version of Fedora available on CDRom as RedHat was?
> I've been looking at there site and I didn't see it.
> And you said that RH9.0 isn't worth buying for $10.
To buy Fedora Core CDs, check the following page at the fedora site:
> What is the most popular desktop these days ?
Xfce is one of the fastest growing desktop environments today, it too is based
on the gtk2 as Gnome2. KDE (3.x series) is quite good and popular too.
Linux does give each user the option to use what they like and not to be
forced into a bandwagon and use what everyone else likes, myself I do use
ctwm, but it don't fit everyone.
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