After quite a few years of using RedHat, I bought the Enterprise 3 WS
distribution and installed it on a Dell Dimension desktop. I had been running
RedHat v7.2 and it was, as usual, performing excellently. I was also planning
to install it on my Web server, also running v7.2.
However, the result was abysmal. Many of the applications didn't work
properly or didn't work at all, Tcl-Tk wasn't there (although I eventually
did manage to find it on one of the CDs - the Enterprise package system is
pathetic), the USB ports disappeared and in the end, I simply had to
reinstall v7.2 to get anything done. I didn't dare try installing on my Web
As the subject line says, I'd like to stick with RedHat - it's been very good
to me over the years, and I'm wondering if the Fedora stuff is continuing
what I thought was the RedHat tradition of usability.
Thanks for your patience and any advice you can provide.
Dr Jim Lemon
Health Psychology Unit
University of Technology, Sydney
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