Fedora 14 review

Resources: Find all available installation images of Fedora 14 here, and the latest Fedora tutorials published on this site here. A bug that could be of interest to certain developers has been reported at http://hedayatvk.wordpress.com/2010/11/09/fedora-14-surprises/.

Screenshots: Enjoy more images from Fedora 14.

Default Fedora 14 desktop with the menu showing some of the root-user administrative tools.
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Desktop image showing System applications.
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Desktop image showing Office applications installed by default.
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4 Comments

  1. I think that Ubuntu certainly makes it easier to administrate through its use of sudo rather than su and the home-directory, rather than full disk, encryption.

    • I’ll need an explanation to believe you. Why does the use of sudo better for administration than the use of su? And why is encrypting just the home folder better than full disk encryption?

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