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Discussion in 'Training & Development' started by zxspectrum, Oct 28, 2007.

  1. zxspectrum

    zxspectrum Gigabyte Poster Premium Member

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    We were using a versino of linux the other day in a Uni lab session, the versino was fedora core7, and im downbloading a copy as we speak as i want to get more confidence in linix etc. But ive also found a linux suse 10 live cvd and ill have a go with that, can anyone telll me if there are major differnces between the 2 ???

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  2. wagnerk
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    Is it just version 10 and not 10.x? Cause if it's just version 10 it's about 2 years old, so FC 7 has got approx 2 years more development on it :biggrin

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  3. zxspectrum

    zxspectrum Gigabyte Poster Premium Member

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    Its just suse 10, i only want to use this to obtain tyhe basics as the fedora 7 im downloading is very slow


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  4. tripwire45
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    If you mean the differences between SUSE and Fedora, while the linux kernel will be the same (depending on the version of the OS), the interface, package management tools and some of the GUI controls and directories will vary a bit. Also, keep in mind that depending on whether you choose the Gnome or KDE desktop environments (regardless of the distribution or "distro"), how things work and feel in the GUI will be really different.
     
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