Re: What different between FC8 and FC9 ?

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[email protected] wrote:
Mike Burger wrote:
Kevin Kofler wrote:

<edwardspl <at> ita.org.mo> writes:


Would you mind to help as the title ?


A lot of things. F9 has KDE 4 (currently 4.1.1), F8 has KDE 3 (currently
3.5.10). F9 has X.Org X11R7.4 (server 1.5.0), F8 has something inbetween
X11R7.2 and X11R7.3 (server 1.3.0 from X11R7.2). F9 has GNOME 2.22, F8
has
GNOME 2.20. F9 has TeXLive, F8 has teTeX. And so on.

But most importantly, F8 will stop receiving updates very soon (1 month
after
the F10 release - with the F10 release scheduled for November, that will
be
December of this year).

       Kevin Kofler



Dear All,

For FC9 ( Modules Profile )...
Do you know where is it ( modprobe.conf ) ?

In FC8, it is /etc/modprobe.conf...

Thanks !
It's in the same place.

Without wanting to sound rude, here, I have to ask...why...did you think
it would be some place else?
Hello,

Sorry, don't quite understood your means....

Edward.

F9 hides more of the module configuration guts by default, so it's possible to
get away without a modprobe.conf, at least on some hardware. If you need to
configure things manually, just create modprobe.conf yourself and put your
directives in there.
-- Chris

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