A few weeks ago, I woke up to a terrible feeling. An emptiness, caused by the overuse of macOS at work and Ubuntu at home. I craved something different, something other than routine. So I once again donned my “distro hopper” hat in the pursuit of an ideal second operating system.
Updating FedoraPosted on under Coding & Tech, Open-Source, Tutorials — 4 Comments
I’ve never really updated an entire OS in the strictest sense. When I say I have an up-to-date OS, that means I’ve all the major applications (mostly UI-based) in their latest versions. But this time I decided, having gotten back by beloved EV-DO, to go for a full OS update for my Fedora 11 (Leonidas). […]
Fedora 9 – The first impressionPosted on under Coding & Tech, Open-Source — Leave a comment
It took me about 8 hours to download the Fedora 9 i386 DVD image from their server. I did that even when I had my final exams going on, but then Fedora has always had a special place in my heart. I had an existing installation of Fedora 8 on my PC (which I could […]