How to painlessly switch from Ubuntu to Fedora

Posted by tuxchick on May 5, 2011 11:06 PM EDT
The Linux Experience; By Chema Martín
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Ubuntu and Fedora are arguably the most popular Linux distros out there today. They both make a huge impact on the Linux community release after release, but are somewhat opposite philosphies at times. Fedora, the RedHat-sponsored community project is adamant of RPM packages, while Ubuntu is based on Debian and therefore uses DEB packages. Fedora maintains that RedHat corporate environment vibe to it, more like a specialised distro, the perfect choice for developers. Ubuntu, on the other hand, based its strategy around creating "Linux for human beings", a friendly desktop environment that is accessible to all kinds of users.

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Biggest difference between Ubuntu/Debian and Fedora? Steven_Rosenber 3 2,430 May 8, 2011 12:14 PM

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