__/ [ Ignoramus27983 ] on Thursday 09 March 2006 18:00 \__
> My main use of my linux box is software development, but I use it for
> everything else as well, such as entertainment, web browsing, email
> blah blah.
> I have been a fedora core user and before that, of RedHat, I used
> linux since 1995.
> Now I am considering going away from FC. I had just a little bit too
> many issues like broken packages, not so good USB support etc. Some
> are definitely the fault of fedora, and some are possibly just linux
> deficiencies in general.
> My question is, is there a distro that is more stable and better
> managed than Fedora, and that is oriented towards developers, people
> who run apache etc.
> Any thoughts?
This could develop into yet another distro war. Use a tools to address your
requirements and make a suggestion:
Hope it helps,
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