Re: Why Fedora is for experts only?

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David Boles wrote:

> Fedora has its place. Fedora is a distribution for the user that is
> smarter that what they are doing. The user that can solve a little
> problem.
...
> (K)Ubuntu has its place. They are distribution for the 'install it and
> forget it' crowd. They do all the setups and configuration and all of
> the nanny hand holding.

Is that the general view?
I ran Kubuntu on one laptop for a time,
and it seemed 99% identical to Fedora + KDE.
In fact I couldn't tell which I was using most of the time.
I went back to Fedora on this laptop
because it was less trouble to run one distribution.

1. The difference between KDE and Gnome strikes me as far greater,
at least as far as the user is concerned,
than any difference between distributions.

2. I don't think distributions matter nearly as much as they used to,
with so many things being run over the web,
even in a home system.
Even Linux vs Windows is becoming much less important.


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