Goodbye Fedora, welcome back Debian, Part 1

Posted by Steven_Rosenber on Nov 28, 2010 2:56 AM EDT
Click; By Steven Rosenberg
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I really did like Fedora 13. I liked it enough to solve more than a handful of problems. I liked it enough to use a proprietary graphics driver for the first time (didn't like that; not only was it outside the package-management system and hard to update, it didn't perform so well either). I love the Fedora community, the openness that's everywhere, the lack of pretense. But just as everything was roses, furry kittens and such when I first ran Fedora 13 with the 2.6.33 Linux kernel, it started to go dark with the change — in mid-cycle, mind you — to the 2.6.34 kernel.

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