Ext4 to be standard for Fedora 11, Btrfs also included (heise online)
Posted Jan 23, 2009 9:05 UTC (Fri) by buchanmilne
In reply to: Ext4 to be standard for Fedora 11, Btrfs also included (heise online)
Parent article: Ext4 to be standard for Fedora 11, Btrfs also included (heise online)
fast user switching
KDE has had this feature since 2003, I think SUSE was the first distribution to ship with it, all before Ubuntu even existed.
If you mean support in GNOME, well, it seems that Fedora was concerned with taking the security issues into account, which Ubuntu didn't (at the time KDE got this feature in 2003, there was no ConsoleKit, less restrictive pam_console permissions and device-groups were the only means to make this work in a semi-secure way). Fedora has also added ConsoleKit support to KDM.
upstart (which is developed by Ubuntu)
Starting this discussion (who develops what) is dangerous for Ubuntu supporters ...
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