I am running 64-bit Fedora core 5 and attempted to download core 6. The download (FireFox browser) took about 8 hours and when done the file could not be saved :mad: I know it is not for lack of disk space -- fedora is installed on a 320 gig hard drive, and the os is almost the only thing on it.
This morning I rebooted to 32-bit MS-Windows XP and again downloading the file with Firebox browser. But this time 71% of the file has finished downloading in just one hour.
If linux (Fedora) is supposed to be so wounderful and better than MS-Windows, why does its file downloads suck cannel water:eek: And why could it not save that 3 gig file?