[CentOS] Will CentOS 6's upstream be based on Fedora 10?
Rudi at SoftDux.com
Wed Jul 30 14:45:16 UTC 2008
Kanwar Ranbir Sandhu wrote:
> Hi All,
> The subject says it all. I'm asking because I've found Fedora 9 to be
> buggy as hell - it is one of the worst Fedora releases I've ever used
> (and I've been using it since Fedora Core 1). I'm putting up with it
> for my work laptop, but it's not fun. :(
> My main home machine is still on Fedora Core 6 and will stay there until
> CentOS 6 comes out. I don't want to use CentOS 5 because it's upstream
> is based on Fedora Core 6, and I want something new! When CentOS 6
> hits, I will be using it for my work laptop.
> I might just keep Fedora for home my machine. I haven't decided yet if I
> want to move up to Fedora 10 or CentOS 6.
Not likely. Fedora Core is a different branch than CentOS, and it has a
lot of different stuff (ideas, software, etc) which CentOS doesn't have.
CentOS is mainly based on the Red Hat Enterprise branch.
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