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Fedora 13

17% (144 votes)
13% (109 votes)
It's okay
8% (68 votes)
Not so good
6% (49 votes)
5% (40 votes)
I don't use Fedora
52% (441 votes)
Total votes: 851

Missing out

While Fedora isn't for everyone, if you haven't tried it recently you might be surprised by it. With the info on

you can have it doing everything any other OS would do.


admin tasks as you choose to.

They still have root and admin powers screwed up "for your own protection".

At least with buntu, if you want to access full root login, all you have to do it activate root acct.

not so easy by the fedora babysitters.

I'll pass, thanks.

Big Bear

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