I would be willing to swap a review of vdr-markad  in rpmfusion for another
review, be it RPM Fusion or Fedora, preferably not something overly
complex. Feel free to contact me if you are interested.
Uh, what about /home/nbecker/.emacs??
No, /home is a local dir
/dev/sda3 on /home type btrfs (rw,relatime,ssd,space_cache)
I suspect this is due to the default btrfs setup
/dev/sda3 on / type btrfs (rw,relatime,ssd,space_cache)
(posted on -dev cause I think this is a bug in btrfs default setup)
# Fedora Quality Assurance Meeting
# Date: 2013-03-11
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I am looking for some valgrind users that want to try out the latest
valgrind package in rawhide.
If you use valgrind please try out the new valgrind-3.8.1-10.fc19
version in rawhide. It is the first version that puts the debuginfo in a
separate valgrind-debuginfo package (this saves ~35MB from the main
Upstream used to recommend against stripping debuginfo from the valgrind
vg preload libraries because it produced less usable warning/error
messages. But since a long time now valgrind intercepts are done in a
different way and just having the dynsym symbols around should be
Please let me know (or file a bug report) if using the new valgrind
package from rawhide gives less useful warnings/errors (and whether
installing valgrind-debuginfo solves any of such issues).
BTW. I also backported some issues that showed up with the new kernel
and glibc to the f18 valgrind package, but obviously not the debuginfo
separation. Testers for valgrind-3.8.1-9.fc18 currently in
updates-testing also welcome. But this update should just contains
benign bugfixes since it is targetted for stable.
I see all the various desktop envs install the 'dial-up' group, which
I can see people perhaps using ModemManager (when they have some kind
of mobile broadband or the like), but do we need to install the rest of
that stuff on every desktop anymore?