My compliments to the chef(s)!
Michael P. Soulier
msoulier at digitaltorque.ca
Wed Jun 2 02:17:56 UTC 2004
On 01/06/04 Ian Pilcher said:
> I've got to say that I agree. I wasn't very sanguine after my
> experiences with test-1 and test-2 (didn't have time to try test-3), but
> the installation of FC2 and the transition from FC1 have gone as
> smoothly as any that I can remember. (I always install a new Red Hat/
> Fedora Core release on a separate partition and manually move system and
> application configuration settings over.)
> I did have to give up on using the VIA I/O APIC on my Abit VP6, but
> that's a Linux kernel issue, and it's really no great loss on a 2-way
Personally I've been holding off. My wife wants to try it for
dual-booting with XP, and given the open bug against dual-booting with
windows, I'd rather avoid the headache.
I love FC1 though.
Michael P. Soulier <msoulier at digitaltorque.ca>
The major advances in civilization are processes that all but wreck the
societies in which they occur.
-- Albert North Whitehead
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