Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish

Fedora 13

Great!
17% (144 votes)
Good
13% (109 votes)
It's okay
8% (68 votes)
Not so good
6% (49 votes)
Terrible!
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

http://fedorafaq.org

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

except

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

More in Tux Machines

Linus Torvalds Launches Linux Kernel 3.19 RC1, One of the Biggest So Far

The first Linux kernel Release Candidate has been made available in the 3.19 branch and it looks like it's one of the biggest ones so far. Linux Torvalds surprised everyone with an early launch, but it's easy to understand why. Read more

Advocacy group: ‘ICT procurement is broken’

Public administrations in the EU are hindering competition by asking for specific brands and products when procuring software solutions, says OpenForum Europe, an organisation campaigning for an open, competitive ICT market. “No progress has been made in recent years. In fact the practice of referring to brand names in public procurement has become more widespread”, OFE says. Read more

7-Way Linux Graphics Card Comparison With Civilization Beyond Earth

The performance of Civilization: Beyond Earth on Linux is quite demanding. The OpenBenchmarking.org test profile of Civilization Beyond Earth uses roughly the high image quality settings and for this article the tests were done at 1920 x 1080. As the results are about to show, even with modern graphics cards, it's quite a chore putting out a decent frame-rate at 1080p for this strategy game. Read more

EU to fund Free Software code review

The European Parliament has approved funding for several projects related to Free Software and privacy. In the EU budget for 2015, which the European Parliament adopted on December 17, the Parliamentarians have allocated up to one million Euro for a project to audit Free Software programs in use at the Commission and the Parliament in order to identify and fix security vulnerabilities. Read more