The First Release of Fedora: What Was It Like??



We’ll take an in depth look at the version that started it all, Fedora Core 1!

01:42 VirtualBox Settings
10:21 Installing Fedora Core 1
20:15 First Boot
24:13 Exploring Gnome
26:47 Applications
47:28 KDE Desktop
49:39 The Command Line

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Devin BARTON

Devin BARTON

I am an avid Linux lover and open source enthusiast. I use Ubuntu and believe in sharing knowledge. Apart from Linux, I love classic detective mysteries.

3 thoughts on “The First Release of Fedora: What Was It Like??

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    September 24, 2020 at 8:09 am
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    I prefer that version of the installer too. My favourite one is the ncurses installer of Slackware. It hasn't changed and it works fine.
    Back in the days there was one init system for Linux. And then some distributions went their own path: Gentoo with OpenRC but still allowing sysvinit and later systemd and runit, Fedora with systemd, Ubuntu with upstart before adopting systemd, other distributions came with runit or s6.
    Nowadays only a few distributions offer you a choice of init systems during the installation. I will mention two but there are others: Devuan and Gentoo.
    Cheers

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    September 24, 2020 at 8:09 am
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    Would be interesting if an upgrade all the way up to the latest version. Version by version upgrade.

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