Wireless worked on my dell d630 out of the box on one of the f12
live-cds. This looks promising.
I wasn't able to get my wireless running until fedora 7. And that took
some unknown combination of b43-cutter, finding the right firmware
(somehow the windows driver wasn't sufficient), modprobe, blacklisting,
and ndiswrapper. Since I don't know what made it work, I have been
unwilling to do a full install again. Even upgrades were done with
trepidation since fedora 8 required more magic to get it to work again.
But if it works from a vanilla install I would like to reinstall. Can I
take the live cd as evidence that things will work?
I along with a bunch others have been having troubles related to:
It's related to ATI r600 and r700 graphics cards and Intel ICH8, 9 and
10 based mobos.
In an effort to test a few things I've tried to reinstall F12 using the
Live Beta CD but the installer doesn't work. I've updated the live CD
to the latest versions of anaconda, and I still get crashes (in the post
install which is very annoying, and it doesn't get far enough to have
all the boot stuff in place).
Can someone suggest a 'working' method for installing f12 beta?
System locks up at the session to select disk partitioning. My video card is a ATI hd3450 or ATI hd3850 -- Radeon. Selecting Vesa during the installation resolves the problem
It would be nice to allow me to select the screen resolution during the installation. My monitor is able to go to 1600x--, and with this monitor resolution, the lettering is very small. It would be nice if the installation targeted1024x878. Post installation, I should chose the optimal resolution for my eyes.
Less then 1 month to go live.
My Name is Tilman Eggers, I'm from Darmstadt, Germany. My Nickname is
dundee (d.uNd.eE) although is use seelchen at irc (dundee is already in
use, surprise surprise). I'm at the age of nineteen.
My motivation to join this project is to give this great community
something back. Too I do not want to waste my free time with things like
gaming or sth. So I thought joining here would be a great idea...and now
you got my mail at your inbox.
I'm kinda newbie in Fedora-things (using it about 4 months). I started
using Linux with the Xandros distro when i was about thirteen. Then i
changed to SuSE(commercial), OpenSuSE, Ubuntu and ended at Debian that i
used about three years.
When KDE 4.3 was released, i realized that it would take a "little" time
to get it released by the Debian-Project. So I looked out for another
distribution, releasing faster and got to Fedora. I did not regret this
My experiences are mainly in Desktop-Based Systems, but nevertheless I
got some experience in setting up the most common web-services (Samba,
SMTP, Apache, MySQL, VMWare-Server, etc). I got some good Skills in
Networking and Programming (C++ and Java).
I would be glad to got someone to ask if I encounter some problems with
the process or the tools.
Lots of thanks to the guys from #fedora-bugzappers specifically tk009 for
helping me singing up to this list :)
Soo, there's only one thing, to wish you a nice Sunday evening (or
Monday morning) and hope to meet you soon at the irc or sth :)
Neu: WEB.DE DSL bis 50.000 kBit/s und 200,- Euro Startguthaben!