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Sunday, December 26th, 2010, 11:09 am

Nearly Two Months With Fedora 14

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WHEN Fedora 14 was released there was a lot of excitement about it, more so than when previous releases of this leading GNU/Linux distribution came out. This was justified. After almost 8 weeks with Fedora 14 the only major issue I have had with it is conflicting packages, which would not really be Fedora’s fault. For the most part, when it comes to the experience on the KDE (4.5.x) desktop, everything is great. Some reviewers of Fedora 14 have been harsh and said that it would mostly suit advanced users; I’ve not yet found something which would justify a need for advanced skills though. Maybe once a week or so a technical issue may arise that requires technical understanding, but it’s never something critical.

All in all, having used Fedora 14 since it was released I can happily recommend it.

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