Josef “Jeff” Sipek


During an experiment, I needed to install Fedora 12. I made a few mistakes:

  1. I went with the netinstall. Unlike Debian’s netinstall, Fedora’s is very slow.
  2. The installer was a bit sluggish under KVM, and so I accidentally clicked though the window that let me unselect Gnome. So it’s installing the whole shebang.
  3. For whatever reason, it is installing CJK fonts. I do not speak either of those languages, and therefore they are useless to me. Furthermore, I’ve been told that something in the neighborhood of 20% of Fedora users make use of CJK. That just sounds wrong. Why install a package by default that only 20% of your userbase will benefit from? Aren’t there more useful packages?

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