Posted by: Garrick | September 23, 2006

Fedora Core 6 on MacBook?

Apparently, the next release of Red Hats “Fedora Core 6” will be built to support Intel Macs. Currently, in order to run dual-boot setups between Mac OS X and Linux, you have been required to use boot loaders, play with apples Boot Camp utility, and pray for the best. Fedora plans do do away with that, and with a supposed October 11th release date, I can’t wait to try it.

As great as the Ubuntu community is, Red Hat tends to provide a more complete product. Anyway, most Linux flavors are so close to each other that you just need to pick the one that works for yours system, not the one that is most “Fashionable”.

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