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Re: Fedora Installation vs Red Hat 9



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On Friday 10 October 2003 10:28 am, Aly Dharshi wrote:
> Hello,
>
> 	Personally I don't really like the way that Debian installs, a
> rather tricky interface to use. Just tried Debian 3.0 and it wasn't a
> great experience and so I went back to RedHat 9. I have always like
> teh way RedHat has setup its install process.
>
> 	I don't mind a core install followed by the pkgs and the connecting
> to the update server too, but I think that there should be some
> serious detection and installation of all network services required
> to contact said update server, which I found very cryptic in Debian.
>
> 	But for sure the idea has merits.
>
> 	Cheers,
>
> 	Aly.
>

Same here.  I tried Debian and after the core and packages, X would come 
up---crashed every time.  I could see in the logs that the video card 
and all were being detected correctly, but never could get an 
XF86config file that would light off X.

mw
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