KBD47 wrote:If there were no other Linux distributions, I could happily live with Fedora.
KBD47 wrote:Thinking About Fedora 17 KDE
http://kbd-thinkingoutloud.blogspot.com ... 7-kde.html
KBD47 wrote:BTW, do you preupgrade once a year, or every release?
My experience with main Fedora 17 using Gnome Shell again this year was an equally bad experience. I can find no love for this bastard child of Gnome. While Gnome 2 was one of the easiest desktop interfaces ever created, Gnome 3 is the most useless offspring of Gnome. But enough beating a dead horse, Gnome 3 cannot die soon enough.
Gnome 3 is extremely polished and its pleasant to use.
MALsPa wrote:I'm always tempted to try PreUpgrade, but then I see stuff like the (now) 6-page thread at the Fedora forums, "F17: Worst upgrade ever?" Anyway, a fresh installation isn't all that difficult, and it seems like I always learn something new. Besides, I'm weird, so I think doing installations is fun.
But it's good to know that PreUpgrade works out fine for some people. I might try it out one day.
linuxviolin wrote:About GNOME 3, I guess you know my view on it... Crap!
What's interesting to me is that, so often, folks who don't like GNOME Shell have such strong feelings about it and feel the need to describe it in such disparaging terms. It isn't enough to say, "It isn't my preferred desktop," but instead it's a "bastard child" and "crap" and so forth.
MALsPa wrote:Ah, well, as KBD47 said, "Having choices and options are one of the best things about Linux."
KBD47 wrote:MALsPa, probably the number one reason I don't keep Fedora installed on my computer hard drive is that short one year of support. I'm too lazy to reinstall every year
MALsPa wrote:Do linuxvioilin's comments about PreUpgrade change your point of view about keeping Fedora installed on your computer?
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