David Wilkins wrote:
> I seem to remember that the switch from XFree86 to X.org took place
> between FC2 and FC3 (or perhaps between FC1 and FC2 - I never installed
> FC2 but went from FC1 to FC3). I seem to remember other changes coming
> in with FC3 (or possibly earlier with FC2) related to automatic detection
> and mounting of USB devices and optical devices (with such things being
> mounted on /media, rather than on /mnt as before).
>> (As I remember, the switch from 2.4 kernels to 2.6 kernels took place
> between FC1 and FC2.)
IIRC, the switch from dev to udev happened between 3 and 4 - that broke quite
a few things as well.
My opinion is that it's better to just go out, grab a copy of a Linux
magazine, and install FC5 from the coverdisc. I haven't checked, but it's
likely that LXF has it this month.
Or - grab the bittorrent of the DVD iso. took me about 6 hours or so to download.
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