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Re: Before I install Fedora Core 3...

I have found FC3 works better in most ways than FC2, especially the auto
mounting feature for USB devices.  That is slick.  I have continued to
be very pleased with the FC updates.  

I did have serious trouble with CrossOver 4.0.  If you are dependent on
that to run MSOffice, you may want to wait for the update due out soon.
I had to edit grub.conf because it set up the boot menu as hidden.
Also, the setup did not present a means to add other partitions on the
disk for win2000, dos and my data partitions.  

Also, I have found it is generally a good idea to look over the archives
for any problems with a new release that might affect my installation.


On Sat, 2004-12-04 at 17:12 -0500, John Cox wrote:
> On Sat, 4 Dec 2004 13:53:58 -0800, Robert Johnson <rwj04 comcast net> wrote:
> > ... Would *you* install it if you had to do it over again?  Or would you
> > stay with Fedora Core 2?  Or another distro entirely?
> > 
> > I ask this because I cant believe all the troubles so many people are
> > having.  Is there something wrong with Core 3?
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > 
> I think troubles depends on your hardware. I did a clean install on a
> Compaq laptop (Presario 2100) and had NO problems this time.
> John

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