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Re: [Ambassadors] ubuntu & fedora



On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 9:29 PM, oshan
rubesinghe<drkmafia fedoraproject org> wrote:
> srry but i asked this as an ambassador to get to knw abt that :P

i believe he is asking for a way to answer that question ... its a
very common question asked by users..

i usually mention this to new people -> "technically, they are similar
.. what available in ubuntu can be available in fedora and vice versa
.. main difference is the goal, community, purpose, and some internal
architectures " ..

I wonder how other Fedora ambassadors answer that question ...

>
> 2009/7/12 Mathieu Bridon (bochecha) <bochecha fedoraproject org>:
>> On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 15:19, oshan
>> rubesinghe<drkmafia fedoraproject org> wrote:
>>> na na how come linux commands doesnt wrk on ubuntu? for eg- su
>>
>> Linux commands will overall work the same. For example, « su » works
>> absolutely fine in Ubuntu.
>>
>> However, if what you want is to become root on Ubuntu, then you'll
>> have to use « sudo » as that's what the Ubuntu devs chose.
>>
>> Anyway, this list is definitely not the good place to ask such
>> questions. For more informations about the Ubuntu way of doing things,
>> I suggest you ask them, in their users forums. The same applies for
>> Fedora: this is not a mailing list for asking technical help.
>>
>> Best regards,
>>
>>
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>>
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