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Fedora Core release 5 out next week

are you going to install Fedora Core r. 5 ?  

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  1. 1. are you going to install Fedora Core release 5 ?

    • yes, definetly !!
      8
    • i'm thinking about it
      1
    • nope, i'm sticking with my distro (add comment)
      5
    • what is Fedora ?
      0
    • I use Windows !
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well with the imminent release of Fedora Core release 5 next week (March 15th), are you going to do the Red Hat team justice and download/install this cutting edge distro ?

 

I know that I will !, in fact, I can't wait :)

 

I'm hoping that it will ship with Gnome 2.14, however that is sceduled for release on the same day so I dunno...

 

vote !

 

cheers

 

anyweb

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Although I am sticking with gentoo, I will install it to give it a buzz, I'm always interested in looking at the new distros

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Yes, definitely. I've been playing around with FCR5 Test 3 and it is a very good distro :D.

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that's no surprise

 

gnome 2.14 is released on the 15th

 

guess what version of gnome will be in FCR5 ?

 

hehe

 

cheers

anyweb

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I will stick with gentoo thank you to znx! :P

 

Hehe im with yardy on this one, partly because im not sure how to install another distro without screwing this up, and partly because gentoo is so gr8 ;)

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