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Les Mikesell wrote:

The trick to avoiding problems with Fedora is to wait until towards
the end of a version's life.  Not past the end - you want a version
still being actively used, but you want to be able to immediately
do a 'yum update' to pick up the fixes for the problems others have
already experienced.  FC1 is too old since it is no longer being
updated - if you find a new problem it won't be fixed, and FC4 is
too new if you don't want to be involved in helping with the fixes.
That's the approach I've decided to take. I may upgrade from FC2 to FC3 soon.
[snip... used to use punched cards]

Times have changed.  Computers are a lot more fun now.
Umm, I'm not so sure. I really didn't enjoy punching cards, myself. OTOH,
some of the best fun I've had is using some really limited stuff. Especially
embedded, with limited I/O and debug facilities.



This message made from 100% recycled bits.
I can explain it for you, but I can't understand it for you.
I speak only for myself, and I am unanimous in that!

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