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Re: Why Fedora is for experts only?

Suvayu Ali wrote:
> On Saturday 25 July 2009 08:34 AM, David Boles wrote:
>> (K)Ubuntu has its place. They are distribution for the 'install it and
>> forget it' crowd. They do all the setups and configuration and all of
>> the nanny hand holding. This 'install it and forget it' crowd then sits
>> in front of the monitor and 'surfs the web'. They play their mp3s. They
>> watch their videos.
>> These users, the 'install it and forget it' crowd, are the ones that
>> show up on this list with the 'this is crap!!!!!!!!' and 'my stuff
>> don't' work!!!!!" rants and whines. Notice the excessive punctuation. 
>> :-)
> *ubuntu is not that install and forget if you want to do something
> serious. I use Fedora 11 at home and Xubuntu 8.04 for work, and every
> time I try out something not conventional Fedora works flawlessly
> whereas Xubuntu fails big time. I hate it, but the management at our lab
> prefers that.
> Just my 2 cents.

I understand what you mean. If you read what I said when I said "install
and forget" it was Joe/Jane Average User that (K)Ubuntu is made for.
Mostly. Not power users or professionals.



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