I've been using Ubuntu for about a year, and I've decided to branch out. I installed the Fedora beta a couple days ago, and I really like it. My wireless network connection (802.1x University network) actually works, so I think I might be switching for good. However, I have a few questions.
Could anyone point me towards a good guide that could help me adapt quicker, so I don't have to ask tons of questions here, particularly about YUM?
I have been trying to run some basic networking commands (iwconfig, ifconfig), and I get error messages, saying that the commands don't exist. Is this a problem with the beta, different way of running commands on Fedora, or something else?
Finally, I can't seem to install any software. System --> Administration --> Add/Remove Software doesn't seem to have any packages available. Furthermore, if I try to change the sources, there are errors about the source being incorrectly configured. Again, beta problems, or am I too dense to figure out what's going on?
I really appreciate all the help