Now that kernel 2.6.28 has renamed ext4dev to ext4 and that FC11 will
ship 2.6.29 most likely, will ext4 be default on F11?
I can file an improvement against rawhide in bugzilla if there is
Any reason why sha1sum returns a different result each time it is run
against my downloaded release DVD iso of i386 FC10? None match the
downloaded SHA1SUM list. Downloaded the DVD via bittorrent. File is on
an ext3 LV and OS is rawhide up-to-date.
I updated one of my F10 to F11 (Rawhide)
When I open for example the Home folder, I don't have the corerct
icons for inside folders.
Is gnome-icons or nautilus the component to blame???
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So I have been running F10 from the 4 Nov and last night I did the last
updates for F10, witch I think is now the F10 release.
And over the few weeks I have notice that Laptop support is coming and
>From my view I have to say that we lost all the worked that has been done on
the laptop-support in F9 in this release.
I have raised this before and it sort of came back but now it is all gone
My laptop is not even going in suspend mode when I close the lid. No laptop
buttons is working, and they where all working in F9 with not doing
anything. This is very disappointing for me that use my laptop for business.
It feels like I am back in the 90's where I need to boot up and shut down
every time I move between offices.
Has Laptop support been kicked out in favour for something ells?
I have noticed all the troubles associated with F10. I had one crash
and after reloading, I have had no trouble. I am kind of new at this, so
I feel pretty special that I loaded my computer and am enjoying it as I
write. I not boasting, I am just happy.
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did an upgrade from F9 (latest updates) to F10 using anaconda. Everything worked
~ fine, after some time all packages were downloaded and installed. Then anaconda
showed a status bar telling me it's finishing the upgrade process. This stayed
on the screen for some 10 minutes and I thought it was hung (somebody else
reported the same on the list but can't find the thread). Rebooting works and
I'm able to log into GNOME. What's obvious is that there are much more packages
installed on the system and lots of foo-version.fc9 && foo-version.fc10 packages.
Do these duplicated packages pose any risk to the system? Is it safe to just rpm
- -e them?
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