Started by defcon666, 2008-03-21T13:19:14-05:00 (Friday)
QuoteJust curious, what is the difference, meaning what does one have that the other dosn't. Just curious.....
Quote from: GigaByte on 2008-03-26T14:26:21-05:00 (Wednesday)Fedora has a larger development community than any of the other distros. Fedora and RedHat really are the same distro. Fedora is just RedHat's "testing ground" for new packages.
QuoteFor such a large development community, they sure do seem to lack a lot of packages found in Debian or Ubuntu
Quotesimple size differences won't matter much, since Ubuntu will, by default, have more due to the way they package things: documents, client binaries, server binaries, etc
QuoteI find it curious where you get your size statistics as well