I recently noticed that e2fsck running on a FC1 system would not run against a
partition created under FC3. If I rebuilt the e2fsprogs package from FC3 on
FC1, that would work.
So my question:
Assume that selinux is disabled, are there any problems accessing partitions
created and used by a FC1, FC2 or FC4(rawhide) system with another FC1, FC3
or FC4 system. Would everything be OK? Would anything be corrupted?
What is the status of 802.1X support (open1x/xsupplicant?) in Fedora?
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I've got this patch to subversion.spec that allows optional building of
javahl bindings with a variable-specified JDK path.
I've built it as I need Subclipse to work.
What do you all think?