A Mac User's Opinion of Fedora Core 6

Gian Paolo Mureddu gmureddu at prodigy.net.mx
Sat May 12 18:14:40 UTC 2007

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Rahul Sundaram escribió:
> Hi,
> Not really a review but you don't find OS X users trying out Fedora
> all the time. Thought the perspectives are interesting.
> "So, if you have the option of using Fedora at work I would
> definitely suggest you give it a try. But don’t just try it because
> you hate Windows (though that is a really good excuse); try it
> because you want to learn something different. Try it because you
> want to experience a different way of doing things."
> http://www.applematters.com/index.php/section/comments/1949/
> Rahul
Interesting perspective indeed... I have to say that I recently used
OS X Tiger (last version I used was Panther) and I must agree with the
overall "rigidity" of it. Still I also agree about some of the
statements about how OS X feels "superior" to Fedora (not that it
really is superior, rather it has more planning and is a homogeneous
base, compared to the Linux distros ground), and like a friend of mine
some time told me: "It's all about the applications, stupid". That is
oh, so true. Mac OS X with Free and native applications is delicious
to use, but then again, so is my Fedora box... At a fraction of the
TCO of a Macintosh.
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