as you probably know, beginning with Fedora Workstation 28, auto-suspend
will be enabled by default. This affects also live media.
In our testing, some configurations were unable to resume after being
suspended from live media. I'd like to ask you to do some more testing,
so we'll have more data from different hardware combinations about how many
desktops are not able to resume properly.
You can change suspend timer value (default is 20 minutes) to something
lower for easier testing:
(the number at the end is how many seconds of idling is required to trigger
You can use Beta iso for testing, available here:
You can post results here.
Best regards / S pozdravem,
Associate Quality Engineer
I was trying to get a 3rd party utility compiled on F28 and it failed. I didn't do
any research or debugging but since it works fine on F27 I'm guessing it
is due to changes in GCC from 7 to 8 which the 3rd party hasn't yet addressed.
But this got me to thinking and looking around and I see that on the
https://gcc.gnu.org/ GCC 8 is termed "Development". And in an email dated 3/27 about
the status of development it is said:
"The GCC 8 trunk is open for regression and documentation fixes. Following
past releases we are aiming at a first release candidate mid April though
if you look at the quality data below that looks ambitious."
Does this mean F28 may be shipped prior to GCC 8 being formally released?
Conjecture is just a conclusion based on incomplete information. It isn't a fact.