Hi I have gotten F19 installed on my laptop to do day to day testing of
programs and such. One thing I have noticed is that if I don't get to the
initial decrypt password within 30 seconds I get dumped to a shell.
I don't seem to have this with my F17 laptop so I am not sure if this is a
new item, a problem (should one get dumped to what looks like a "systemd
shell" if you don't get to the password in time), or something I missed in
I can and will put in a bugzilla if it is a bug or unexpected behaviour. If
it is something htat is turned on for alpha/beta testing I will skip.
Stephen J Smoogen.
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It's Test Day time again today, folks. Sorry for the short notice -
looks like everyone was expecting someone else to send the announcement
Today - 2013-04-02 - is OpenStack Test Day:
Please do come out and help us test the integration of OpenStack into
Fedora 19! All the testing instructions are on the wiki, and there are
people standing by in #fedora-test-day to help with testing and discuss
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Today's 64 bit f19 rsync wine gives different results on two computers.
On an 8GB Core Duo e6550 I get get the message about missing 64 bit
program directory when attempting to install Lady Heather.
On a 64 GB Intel 3770k Lady Heather installs normally and operates normally.
The Ham Radio Deluxe free version also installs, but there are two lentghy
delays in the install sequence.
In addition, the Gnome file browser does not provide wine program loader
as a menu choice on .exe files. Xfce works properly.
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