Debian vs Ubuntu vs Fuduntu Advice please
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 20, 2012
I dont know what to make my main OS debian is awesome but i like the look of fuduntu the best. Ubuntu has the most apps.i dont know what to choose advice please thanks
Fedora Vs. Fuduntu
location: linux.com - date: April 16, 2013
I'm not new to linux but I'm new to both Fedora and Fuduntu. So before moving from ubuntu to either one of them, I want to know which one is better?
Fedora has strong support but changing rather fast and the support is not a long service. On the other hand Fuduntu is very praised here in this forum, looks nice and kindda more stable than fedora. So which one is better ?
Active Directory Alternative
location: linux.com - date: January 19, 2012
I'm brand new to this community but have been using the GNU/Linux Operating System casually for several years now. It's just been more of a novelty than anything else. I am a Windows admin and have spent most of my life learning 'The Microsoft Solution'.
...then I saw the light :)
Now, I'm in the process of having an article published in [...] Magazine that bashes Microsoft's absurd licensing schemes. Microsoft has let me down on so many different levels. I'm now committed to learning 'The Free Software Solution'. I suppose I'll have to replace my dark art of VB scripting and .NET application development with shell scripts and Python - oh well.
Anyway, on to my question! In an attempt to be able to design a network that meets the needs of a hypothetical small business, I'm trying to find an alternative to Microsoft's Active Directory. Despite my animosity towards Microsoft, they do make some pretty powerful products - Active Directory being one such product.
Now, using t
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 4, 2010
The stable, easy to use Linux distribution for your PC. Based on Fedora 14, Fuduntu 14.6 contains the latest Open Source software.
Building on the rock solid Fedora base, Fuduntu brings with it a wonderful GUI, and many improvements to make your portable workstation fast, and efficient while enjoying battery life that I consider to be best in class.
Fuduntu looks fantastic! Through a combination of open source technology and usability excellence, Fuduntu 14.6 shines.
An example of the tweaks from http://www.fuduntu.org:
BFS process scheduler Deadline IO scheduler Processor grouping Jupiter
Fuduntu 14.6 uses only 150MB of physical memory on startup without sacrificing any functionality.
Fuduntu 14.6, the next generation of Linux distributions.
Download Fuduntu today - http://www.fuduntu.org/
Russian Fedora Remix vs Fuduntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 8, 2011
Hi guys and girls,
What are the pros and cons, or differences and similarities that have to be taken into account? I'm going to install it on a mac mini. And i like Unity or Gnome 3.
(or is there any other best for a mac linux distro?)
(im running view CentOS servers. Thats why i switched from Ubuntu to Fedora some time ago. To be able to study next version of the server os ill be using.)
So what do you think? Let me know.
p.s. Ive read that latest version of OS X suppots Trim (on ssd's) only on ssd's that are shipped with mac's. Any deas what are the right ones? Cus i want to buy an ssd for my mac mini.
Fuduntu Anyone Else Love This Distro?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 20, 2012
I've been distro hopping for more than 10 years. Ubuntu has always been stable and easy to use. And I'll always be grateful for Ubuntu introducing me to Linux. I've since used Fedora, Debian, openSUSE and more recently Arch-based distros like Manjaro and Cinnarch.
But Fuduntu (Fedora -based) has really got me. Rock solid stable, an up-to-date app/package set, a modern kernel and a sane version of gnome. A BRILLIANT distro, in my humble opinion.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 6, 2013
I was looking around not really expecting to find anything, when i searched for "Ubuntu and Fedora" but to my surprise, I found this distro called Fuduntu. It claims to be a combo of Ubuntu and Fedora. It seems to be pretty good. And it also says that it supports Netflix!
Has anyone seen this and if you have, can you tell me if its good. Its not that i don't want to do it my self, Its that i have a custom built laptop with a lot of weird hardware and don't know that it will support it and i don't want to forfeit my Ubuntu. I am getting a iMac g3 for this laptop and i probably put it on it if it is good.
All i want to know is if it is fast, reliable and compatible with my iMac.
netbook: kde plasma or fuduntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 4, 2011
Buying a Asus x101h
Did a bit of research and found kde-plasma(Seems good -- http://kde.org/workspaces/plasmanetbook/ ) and fuduntu(claim best performance ,battery usage and latest kernel )
Wondering which one to choose.Have ubuntu on my desktop and wanted some change(as to installing Ubuntu netbook remix).So,downloaded both plasma and fuduntu -- wanted to know which is the best performance/development(web development) wise ??
Wanted an expert opinion
Accidentally foobarred my Ubuntu Precise /home with a Fuduntu install reinstall?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 13, 2012
Just installed fuduntu (2012.4) to a partition of my computer alongside Ubuntu. I think I committed a fatal error however by telling fuduntu to use the same /home folder as Ubuntu (which has separate /home and / partitions). After my first Fuduntu update (it's a rolling release which takes application and kernel updates as they come) I restarted in Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS, filled in username/password, but could not log in.
LightDM simply returned me to the login screen. I suppose fuduntu must have modified some config files...
How can I revert them and manage to login properly again? Would reinstalling make Ubuntu wipe the config files to make them to its own liking again?
Gnome 2 and Fuduntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 20, 2013
i noticed out in the world is a distro named fuduntu, which still uses gnome 2 and actively develops on it. making bug fix's left and right and making gnome 2 compatible with the latest GTK and applications
( sounds like im advertising -.- )
i was wondering if its possable to take there changes and port them over to ubuntu with gnome 2 and bring gnome 2 back to the desktop
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