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Re: OT: So long (Fedora), and thanks for all the fish!

On Sat, 2004-12-04 at 11:22, Gabriel M. Beddingfield wrote:
> This past spring, just before FC2, I installed Fedora on my PC.  It was my
> first Linux installation.  It was great!  I was hooked!  

I started with RH8 moved to RH9 then to FC2. When I finally got my new
Laptop (D600), I installed Linux Full-Time
> Since then, after doing a lot of research, I have moved on to Gentoo Linux. 
Hmm... I'm still quad-bootable - RH9/FC2/Gentoo/XP

> (It just suits me better.)  I remained on this list so I could lend a hand,
Same here. But since I also have FC2 as Servers and such, I stay on to
learn and to help.

> but more and more I'm finding that my advice is not applicable to RedHat's
> implementation.  Therefore, I've decided to leave the fedora-general list.

I believe that you are wrong in that aspect. Although each distro is
different, the software is the same. You may be using shorewall on
RH/FC/Gentoo, it's still shorewall and the same rules applies.

Even if your "help" doesn't help, by staying on this list, you'll
understand the finer details and the difference of each distro and
you'll learn how to use them to your advantage. 

The way I see it, you'll only Gain, and others will gain (those who
wants to learn anyway) and it's a win-win situation.
> * Rodolfo J. Paiz.  Here and on the R.U.L.E. list, you have been a constant
> help to the community.  Thanks!  You also introduced me to the R.U.L.E.
> project.
> Peace,
> Gabriel
> -- 
>                      G a b r i e l   M .   B e d d i n g f i e l d

> But before going, I need to thank a few people on this list:
> * RedHat.  Linux is advancing faster than ever because RedHat has earned the
> respect of industry.  Keep up the good work!
I feel that that's because RH managed to get into the Enterprise level.
Most ppl aren't too happy with RH ditching their RH line and coming out
with Fedora.

Ow Mun Heng
Gentoo/Linux on D600 1.4Ghz 
Neuromancer 11:31:26 up 12:09, 6 users, 2.00, 2.07, 2.20 

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