[ale] Fedora Core2 ISOs
Michael D. Hirsch
mhirsch at nubridges.com
Wed Feb 18 16:49:23 EST 2004
On Wednesday 18 February 2004 03:39 pm, Jonathan Glass wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-02-18 at 13:23, BruceG wrote:
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Jonathan Glass" <jonathan.glass at ibb.gatech.edu>
> > To: <ale at ale.org>
> > Sent: Friday, February 13, 2004 5:11 PM
> > Subject: [ale] Fedora Core2 ISOs
> > > http://ibb-250.ibb.gatech.edu/fedora-core2/FC2-test1-binary-i386/
> > >
> > > Have a nice day! I'm also running BitTorrent now, so downloading may
> > > be a little slower than normal.
> > > --
> > Jonathan - did you have a chance to install Fedora Core2? If so, how is
> > it? Any major changes from Core1? Any gotcha's, problems, reasons to stay
> > away? I was thinking of giving Core2 a shot on my desktop - but didn't
> > want to tear up the bandwidth without knowing anything more about it.
> > Also - how is the process in keeping it up to date? Is there a free
> > repository for security updates, or do you use redcarpet or something
> > like that?
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> Yep. I'm playing with it now. I haven't run across any show-stopping
> issues, but I am getting a little annoyed with some of the yum updating
> stuff. I finally downloaded the yum updates to my web server, and am
> trying to update from there, and am getting stuck in dependency limbo.
You might try apt. It is said to be much faster and almost equally easy. I
like it a lot.
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