[amsat-bb] SignalinkUSB and Linux
mr.soup12 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 1 16:21:46 UTC 2017
You're not that far off topic actually. Stuff that works in Ubuntu
might work in Redhat (and vice versa).
But I know Unbuntu 9.10 was different at the time then Fedora - RedHat
was a big push for the horrors of systemctl, the network command stack
was (and still is) different.
Even so, there's been a big change since 2009 - systemctl among them.
As I stated, my printer that once worked in Fedora 20 but I haven't been
able to get it to work since 24 - it seems to be something in SELinux
because turning it off enabled it to communicate with the printer but
... I said heck with it and spun a windows 7 vm with a shared folder.
Things change. Oh well.
On 06/30/2017 10:41 PM, Christopher M. Hobbs wrote:
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> "Devin L. Ganger" <devin at thecabal.org> wrote:
>> Not trying to nitpick, but I thought that Fedora (which I've never
>> used, had already switched away from Red Hat Linux to Debian) was
>> still based on the RPM packaged developed by Red Hat and Ubuntu (by
>> Canonical) was a downstream variant of Debian, using Debian's package
>> management format.
> This is correct. Fedora and Ubuntu do not have a common ancestor other
> than the fact that they both use the Linux kernel.
> You can see here that Debian pre-dates RedHat by about a year:
> For even more fun, here's a larger family tree:
> Sorry to steer the list off topic.
> 73 DE KD5RYO
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