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Lol nope. Ubuntu is their new platform. Fedora is no longer supported as per their docs.
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Ahhhh, didn't know that. Behind the times, obviously... tongue.gif Thank you. biggrin.gif
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He should have really read the amahi documentation before... as someone who has always used windows, i gave this a shot after reading their site. It IS still based on a Fedora platform and extremely easy to use through the web based interface, and tons of free apps to make life easier. plus the nice and simple drive pool options. you can use Ubuntu (DEFAULT DESKTOP VERSION ONLY no server versions supported and does not support any instance of install if you select any additional packages when installing Ubuntu) kinda. So Its partially comparable and will install but it is extremely watered down with tons of options missing compared to installing it on fedora because of comparability issues. so if you want a robust set of options and want it to work to its fullest then use fedora. and thx for turning me on to Amahi smile.gif hope this gives insight to anyone else coming across this thread.
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