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Old 6th March 2009
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Default Linux compat status??

For a long time we have used fc4 for the 2.4.2 compat layer to run Linux applications. There has been quite some work recently for 2.6.16 compatibility (including fc6 and f8). What is the status of these newer layers? Are they stable? Are they worth using over 2.4? Any issues with specific programs?

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