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Leslie Satenstein
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Self proclaimed Senior Software Engineer
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The Solas you tube video is very impressive.
Since it is built independently from the major distributions, my adoption would depend on the ability to integrate Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian or Suse libraries.
And the installer program must be compatible with GRUB. If that is part of the package, I am installing it asap.

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These terrorists are youth. They have been lied to and goaded on by Abbas and that Emam that is Merrick youtube, encouraging them to stab and kill. Perhaps someone should get close to the instigators and carry out their wishes on the hate mongers.

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Leslie Satenstein commented on a post on Blogger.
Your experience is very interesting and leads to the question, "Were you installing on a non AMD/Intel architecture?" 
I was asking myself why you chose the Everything route as I just used booted the Centos7 DVD and from anaconda, chose what I needed.
My system is up and running.,

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Leslie Satenstein commented on a post on Blogger.
Apparently, the bug was known by NSA (USA) two years ago. NSA exploited the bug for spying.  NSA had a moral responsibilty to report this bug to the Linux developers. 

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Leslie Satenstein commented on a post on Blogger.
Most of Fedy is already available and built into a Fedora Remix, available from
Index of /fedora/russianfedora/releases/RFRemix/20/RFRemix/

The Russian Fedora community provides this remix during the later beta days of Fedora xx and a released version on the day after Fedora xx.

By installing the Russian Remix,  for most people, there is no need for Fedy

I would hope that Fedy could review what that distribution offers and just indicate what it brings that is not included.

The Russian distribution includes chromium, 

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Leslie Satenstein commented on a post on Blogger.
I have been using a Fedora respin since version 17.   The respin makes Fedora desktop and server,  two excellent products.
As of Fedora20, I would recommend not going near btrfs for the desktop  and shy away from using it on futire Fedora desktop installations.  My experience has been that there is poor data recovery, particularly if an unexpeced power shutdown occurs, Grub2 can't recognize another Desktop Fedora that was installed with btrfs.  Hardware technology (SDD drives) and improvements to EXT4 eliminate all need for btrfs on the desktop.  Most desktop users rarely use all the space on a 512 gig drive to justify anything more than the announced improved Ext4.

On the server, I would see btrfs as a good alternative. 

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Fedora does not send out unstable branches of the kernel. The unstable software is known as rawhide versions. A user must make a special effort to obtain software from the rawhide repository.

I am using Fedora 19 alpha with rc4 version, and it is quite stable. It is a developer version with loads of debugging code. That is why Fedora 19 is also a 5 gig download.
The final version should be around 4.5 gig after the go live decision is taken this coming July, to compile without the heavy debugging code.
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