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Ric Moore wrote:
On Thu, 2007-10-04 at 13:08 +0100, Andy Green wrote:

At this rate it starts to seem, considering that eventually someone I
know will get one of these and expect the level of meddling I can do for
Fedora, that perhaps one can no longer practically avoid getting
experienced with The Debian Way as well as the Redhat Way...
Back when, Esau sold his birthright for some "red meat pottage".
(Gen-25:30-34) I had high hopes that Fedora would be the "Windows
Killer" and that the likes of Dell, Hp, etc. would all be on the
bandwagon. Alas Yoric, it'll be .deb. instead. Ric

All the changes you can make to Fedora and the annual new issue and that it is not developed to replace Windows. I know .deb has new issues but not as fast. And they made a version that is very easy to load. You NEVER need a terminal, it is all point and click.
   Ubuntu has a large and growing number of users. When it comes on 
Dell the user base will become really large. They may need to start a 
Ubuntu list :-)


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