[mythtv-users] Most stable compatible Linux distribution
tomj.runner at gmail.com
Mon Dec 27 12:26:45 UTC 2010
Sure no definitive answer, just suggestion or recommendation based on
personal experience. I read drivers on Fedora are a little bit more up to
date (like the LIRC on). But might be more complex to get other stuff
Ubuntu is also installing a little bit too much stuff for a simple HTPC.
Also I face some conflict issues here and there, like watching a mkv movie
on xbmc, will lock the sound for MPD, requesting a restart of MPD.
But you're right, might be simply the same in a different way on Fedora,
with for me the learning curve to add....
On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 6:12 PM, Richard Morton
<richard.e.morton at gmail.com>wrote:
> >As I restart a full install, what would you recommend in term of
> stability, simplicity
> >and compliance with the above applications between Ubuntu 10.10 and Fedora
> I doubt you are going to get a definitive answer. They are both well
> known and well supported distributions it is simply down to personal
> preference. I have not seen any specific issues with either; although
> I understand that there maybe an issue with upgrades from 10.04 to
> 10.10 but as you are looking at a fresh install this isnt an issue for
> you here.
> Usually Ubuntu is pretty good with upgrades (in my experience; I have
> rarely used RedHat; I like sudo).
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