On Sun, 2006-03-26 at 19:37 +0100, Joe Desbonnet wrote:
2. After FC5 install I no longer have use of my built in bluetooth
The updates-testing selinux policy should be happier for bluetooth
3. After a few reboots I lose things like battery gauge
(/proc/acpi/battery directory gone!). This seems to correspond to
kudzu related errors on boot. I'm sorry -- I didn't capture the exact
text of the error at the time. I encountered this type of problem
before where kudzu failed at boot time and made a mess things. I can
reinstall FC5 and get that error message if it is going to be useful.
That's ... interesting. Definitely haven't seen anything like that.
4. Suspend does not work (no surprise there). Blank flickering LCD
screen on restore. This never worked, so I'm not too concerned about
You might find that acpi_sleep=s3_bios on the kernel command line might
5. Not a Thinkpad issue per se: When installing FC5Test3 on VMWare
the BusLogic module had to be manually loaded. This was not required
during the FC4 install -- it was autodetected there. At the time I
thought that was a VMWare issue, now I suspect otherwise...
The BusLogic module doesn't export PCI ids it supports and is pretty
much unmaintained upstream. VMWare can also be configured to have a
virtual mptfusion scsi instead, which will work much better.