Arijit Sarkar wrote: > Hi, > For the past one year (almost) I am into Linux world. I used Ubuntu and > then Debian on my desktop before. Recently I've installed Fedora 8 into > my laptop after hearing lots of good things about it. And I found that > in many cases Fedora 8 is better than Ubuntu 7.04 (frank opinion). No > matter how "easy to use" ubuntu methods are, I found some interesting > learning curves/excitements in Fedora. So I choose Fedora for my lenovo > N3000. > > Now, while using /debian/, I learned about its /testing, unstable/ > branches. Later I successfully switched to "/Testing/" (currently > '/lenny/') and quite happy to use that. Since it's a home PC, I don't > mind if sometimes few things break and I've wait for few days for the > fixes. > > Does Fedora has three branches like debian - /stable, testing, unstable/ > ? I guess "rawhide" is like "testing" in debian. Am I correct? > In debian, people thinks that 'testing' distribution is almost usable > for day-to-day use. Can rawhide be used for the same? Is > 'debian-testing' and 'fedora-rawhide' comparable? > Can I install a /rawhide /for my laptop? Can you suggest the move to > 'rawhide' fedora install. > I would think that enabling the testing section of the various repos for F8 would be closer to Debian Testing then rawhide. Rawhide would probably match up to Unstable. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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