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May 4 2011 linux distros

Battle of the Distros

Tonight we're going to be having a friendly battle of the distros at the Syracuse Linux User's Group. Essentially its just a chance for people to come together and talk about their favorite Linux distributions and what they like the most about them.

I will be representing Fedora tonight (see my talking points after the jump below) and I invite everyone who is in the area to attend!

Fedora Linux

* Overview

* How does your distribution relate to other distributions? * What unique feature(s) of your distribution do you like best? * How hard or easy was it to install your distribution? * What are the system management utilities or tools? * Is there some form of package management tool? * What is the update / upgrade approach? * To whom would you recommend this distribution? Why?