As someone who uses and likes both Fedora and Ubuntu, but probably uses
Fedora more due to familiarity, I think both suffer from the hit-and-run
breakages on updates...
And I think that's fine for Fedora and the non-LTS version of Ubuntu,
because that's what they are about.
If you want something solid, try Centos perhaps?
On Fri, 22 Feb 2008, Nick Murtagh wrote:
> Pádraig Brady wrote:
>> Ubuntu has good marketing
>> Fedora has good engineering
>> Uhhh bear in mind that when Ubuntu came out Fedora was still using rpm
> for everything (eg no apt or yum).... Ubuntu took Debian and made it
> a lot shinier and user friendly. Ubuntu is still more product focussed
> IMHO and do a lot of engineering as well as marketing.
>> Competition is good.
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