On Wed 07 Jan 2004 10:24, Brendan Halpin wrote:
> What do I install? I've been running redhat for a few years, and am
> reasonably comfortable with how it organises itself, so Fedora
> beckons. But so does the ethical purity of Debian, and the praise
> lavished in this forum and others on apt-get et alia.
I'd definately say go with Fedora. It has all the latest software (e.g.
KDE 3.1 etc) as well as being very "pretty" - including a new X based
Also, apt-get is available for Fedora:
and a local repository on HEANet.
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