On 07/11/2013 05:08 AM, Josh Boyer wrote:
In terms of Fedora experience. You install it graphically via
Anaconda. You wind up with Gnome (or LXDE or XFCE) and can run it.
Yum works. Security features are implemented and working. Etc.
These are the things Matthew is alluding to.
In theory you can install graphically today. We tested graphical
installs via vnc (Not having a framebuffer puts a crimp in the matter).
You wind up with LXDE or XFCE, etc, and you can run it. Yum works.
Security features are implemented and working- except evidently pointer
guards, which we found out about *yesterday*.
What I'm looking for is supporting data on prior concerns and
both the ARM team and the Fedora project gain from making ARM primary.
Again, the proposal is lacking in the why area. "You get ARM!" isn't
cutting it because you've all done such a good job that Fedora already
has ARM on the same day as x86 and PowerPC.
Brendan Conoboy / Red Hat, Inc. / blc(a)redhat.com