So I just noticed that an a fresh install system I did of the latest FW22 beta the filesystem gets set up with LVM.
I thought this was one of the changes we had done to the Workstation compared to the server image for instance, to not use LVM?
If we haven't done so already I think we should since we don't really have any UI tools for editing LVM partitions (that said I realize
it might be to big a change to push in last minute for 22, so at least for FW23.
I am a longtime fedora and gnome enduser.
I want to propose icon masking facility for unthemed desktop icon, as
it is very common in android.
I talked to such a icon developer (Numix) and I was told that this is
not supported in linux.
Is there any work on this?
On Mon, May 4, 2015 at 10:24 PM,
Christian Schaller <cschalle(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> No it has been discussed and stayed as is ... and yes I agree that LVM
> makes little to no sense on desktops or even laptops (the latter in
> general only have one disc .. ).
I think the number of disks does not matter. For a number of years,
I have used a python application controlling rdiff-backup to perform
unattended backups on several workstations and servers. The snapshot
feature of LVM makes reliable backups possible with no manual effort.
Most of my systems have mdadm raid encrypted physical volumes but
LVM snapshots work fine on a single disk.
A round of applause and thanks for Stephen Gallagher please! He
recently got a packaging guideline approved that allows Fedora
packages to vary by product/edition:
I wanted to propagate here, since this might be of use for future
package releases in F23. I would *not* recommend making any changes
to Fedora 22 packages at this time, we're too close to F22 Final --
* * *
P.S. Stephen advised there may be a minor technical change for
upstreamability in systemd, but still, it's a Good Thing(tm).
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IIRC, in F21, clicking events on the calendar in the top panel used to
open up evolution in calendar mode (or was there a button to open
calendar?). Nothing of this sort in F22 now? I think it was pretty
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"