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Old 28th November 2004, 10:55 PM
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Core 3,Gnome do not start

I would expect Fedora to work better with each release. If it wants to compete with Windows it should be easy to install and work with no big problems. Anyone that knows why it instead seems to work worse with each release? Core 1 worked ok. Core 2 had big problems with sound in games etc. Core 3 will not even start Gnome. I do not know if it is related but when I automatially partion the drive it now seems to say 'Swap memory? Nah I do not need that' as it only creates the boot partion and a large one for Fedora and no swap partion.
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