--- Pete Zaitcev <zaitcev(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I am looking at a way to use a 486 laptop as an AP,
and I see significant
advantages to using some derivative of Fedora. If
packaging can be kept
the same, things like bash, linux-utils, and
modutils can be shared.
I looked over source-based and embedded distros and
the field looks
terribly splintered. It's hard to pick a distro
which won't disappear
next week. Also, since most of them are amateurish
tend towards things like dietlibc or uclibc,
busybox, etc. Such approach
is too limiting for my needs.
I am curious if anyone thought about starting some
sort of "Small Server"
fork of Fedora. I figure it's not something that is
a pure fantasy,
considering that Spot manages Aurora all by himself.
Come to think of it,
what forks and derivatives of Fedora do we know?
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