Let me further add that neither Fedora 26 Live or Fedora 26 XFCE work.
I had to install Fedora 25 and then upgrade with dnf to Fedora 26.
Nautilus has become so limited that I switched to nemo.
It is a shame!
I hate to interrupt your Fedora 26 party, but well here goes a
dose of reality from the
1) First of all F26's performance is very poor. its a CPU hog and
DRAM ! I installed F26 in a Virtual Box (VBox)
on a two processor machine and it is so slow that it is barely
usable. In the same environment CentOS performs
with quite excellent performance. You have a massive performance
2) Your new menu system is a joke. I use the system for application
code development so I want Text Editor
windows and shells. Why did you hide these in the basement and the
very bottom of the menu system?
Also your menus are slow and cumbersome. What was wrong with the
previous menu system? Is this simply
change for the sake of change? Have your group been taken over by
3) Look and feel. Why in the name of hell did you want this look and
feel? I use Linux for application code
development. I want Text Editors, shell Windows, gcc, gdb , and ddd.
Why are all the engineering tools hidden?
If I wanted the look and feel of Windows I would buy windows!
4) Text Editor: Go back to the old one it works way better!
5) Your new Services configuration is a blithering disaster! Please
bring back the configuration GUIs for
Services and Users. Keep in mind here I am not a Linux System
administrator! I am a user! I perform
a complex configuration of user and group numbers to maintain NFS
compatibility with Solaris.
This configuration is difficult even with the GUIs, without them
6) Cut and paste: I don't know what you did to that! (Well it use to
work)! P.S. Solaris has a great User I/F
GUI for cut and paste.
6) Yum and rpm: Please print to the screen the directories where S/W
is installed. So that I don't have to
waste time going looking for it.
7) Convenience: STOP CHANGING THE CONFIGURATION INTERFACES. Every
time you change the configuration
methodology we the users have to waste hours and even days learning
the new configuration methodology.
8) Are you on drugs? What in the hell gave you the insane idea that
a command line interface for configuration
was some how better that a GUI?
Please consider carefully the possibility that you are going in
the wrong direction!
Overall I continue to be disappointed in Fedora and thank
heavens for CentOS.
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