I will begin this review with a song by the Thompson Twins. Doctor, doctor, can't you see I'm burning, burning.Basically Dedoimedo couldn't get Fedora 19 to work and failed at the login stage. Did the review end there? Not quite.... instead we were treated to pictures of Dedoimedo driving his Seat Leon.
It is worth noting that Fedora 19 was in the beta stage when the review was written. I will be writing my own review of Fedora 19 shortly.
Larry the free software guy
One of the complaints that sometimes flies against this position is that there are too many distros. This argument is made by those who can’t easily enter a Baskin-Robbins without breaking into cold sweat — 31 different flavors? Too many! — or have a hard time with choosing what color socks to wear. In many cases, the “too many distros” argument stems from this premise: “There are too many distros, so you and everyone else should use my distro,” and my distro, wait for it, always seems to be the vowel-laden one which goes light-years out of its way to say it’s not a Linux-based distro.
Everyday Linux UserWell I'm not going to review my own site but I am going to use this opportunity to point out some of the pages that you might like to visit.
- The Puppy Linux Page - Lots of Puppy Linux related articles
- The Raspberry PI Page - Raspberry PI tutorials and articles
- The Top 10 Articles
- Linux Reviews
- How To
Benjamin Kerensa is an internationally recognized open source evangelist, community manager, author and speaker with experience in systems administration, project management and open source development that spans a decade.Benjamin's about page lists a truly impressive list of achievements including organising events such as Ubuntu Global Jam, Ubuntu Bug Jam, Ubuntu 12.04 release party and the Ubuntu 13.04 release party.
So what is in the blog?
This blog is centred around Ubuntu due to Benjamin's obvious involvement with Ubuntu. Over the past month Benjamin has written articles about Ubuntu's decision to continue with FireFox as the default browser, thoughts on Google Glass and a small post showing what the Ubuntu Edge phone might have looked like.
The articles aren't usually that long but they are very easy to read. Great for lunch hour reading.