An operating system is software that manages hardware, services, programs, resources, etc. It also tries to manage the task of the computer system, output, input, and memory allocation.
- Fedora and Ubuntu are both popular Linux-based operating systems.
- Fedora is known for its bleeding-edge technology, frequent releases, and emphasis on open-source software.
- On the other hand, Ubuntu is known for its ease of use, stability, and large user community.
Fedora vs Ubuntu
Fedora is a Linux OS kernel architecture-based open-source OS platform for hardware, clouds, and containers. Ubuntu is a modern, open-source operating system on Linux that is essentially designed to be used on personal computers but also has a server and Core for Internet of Things devices and robot versions.
Fedora is an operating system that was developed by Fedora Project, and it is community-based. It belongs to the family of Linux companies and is just like Unix only.
Ubuntu is also free and open-source software, and it is a part of the Linux family. It was developed by Debian company, which is a community-based project.
|Parameters of Comparison||Fedora||Ubuntu|
|Package manager||RPM, DNF, Flatpak, OSTree etc.||APT, DEB, Click packages, dpkg, Snap etc|
|Developed by||RedHat, IBM etc.||Canonical Ltd.|
|Forum||Has 1 forum.||Has 2 forums.|
What is Fedora?
Fedora’s Operating system is known to focus on newer technologies, innovation, etc. It works closely with the Linux family.
Fedora uses security Linux which by default implements a lot of security policies, access control, compiler features like PIE (position independent executable), and hardening wrapper.
Architectures that are supported by Fedora are x86-64 and ARM-hip. The name of Fedora has been derived from Fedora Linux.
What is Ubuntu?
Ubuntu was developed by Debian, and it comprises Linux servers. It releases its newer version every six months, and it is available for free for 9 months.
Ubuntu consists of a wide range of software with preinstallation like Sudoko, Chess LibreOffice, Firefox, Thunderbird, Transmission, etc.
Ubuntu aims to provide security to its users with low privileges and prevent them from corrupting files. It also contains packages that use GCC features like PIE and buffer overflow protection to harden its software.
Main Differences Between Fedora and Ubuntu
- Fedora has one forum for discussion, i.e., ask.fedoraproject.org. Ubuntu has two forums for discussion askubuntu.com and ubuntuforums.org.
- Fedora uses an Anaconda installer. While Ubuntu uses a Ubiquity installer.
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