|reply to nwrickert |
Re: Alan Cox Calls Fedora 18 "The Worst Red Hat Distro"
said by nwrickert: said by chrisretusn:
I just installed the KDE version, Firefox is not part of the install. You have to install it via Software Management.
Yes, that works and I have already done it. But it should be selectable as part of the original install.
Firefox was available for me at install, but I also enabled network install. I always do this when I install Fedora so I don't have to patch afterwards.--
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I always install Debian that way. I am surprised Fedora offers a Wifi option for install. Usually an installer loads minimal drivers. Debian is wired only for a net install. If that seems to be Fedora's main installer issue, people need to stop being lazy and just plug it in