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Overview of Debian and Fedora

Eweek.com has an overview article that compares the two big releases in June – Debian GNU/Linux and Fedora Core.
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June saw new releases of two of the world's most significant Linux distributions—Red Hat Inc.'s Fedora Core and Software in the Public Interest Inc.'s Debian—both of which are popular, freely available and capable of serving well in roles from the server room to the desktop.

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However, the breadth of available packages on Sarge, which we accessed for download through the two DVD images that we'd downloaded on BitTorrent and made available to our network as NFS (Network File System) shares, makes Debian the best distribution we've tested for sampling what's available in the open-source world; we've spent hours trolling the Debian package lists through Synaptic

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