My small and very personal comparison between Fedora 11 (which I run on my laptop) and Ubuntu 9.10 which is my main Linux distribution.
yumis a lot slower than
- why do I need connectivity when using
- Why does
yumdefaults to ‘N’ (no) when I ask it to install software?
All in all I like
apt-get a lot better.
- Ubuntu 9.10 configured my EeeBox and monitor out of the box, Fedora 11 didn’t.
Plymouth graphical boot
Very nice to see this in Fedora 11, I want this too for Ubuntu. Too bad Ubuntu does not use this in 9.10. It will happen in 10.04 (I heard).
My new EeePC laptop has a Poulsbo video chip (thanks Intel for screwing me!) which Fedora 11 supports wonderful thanks to AdamW.
Ubuntu 9.10 does not support this chip, period.
So I’m happily running Fedora on my laptop and Ubuntu on my other systems.