Sorry I'm just now following up on this. Not enough hours in the day.
The point has come up that by dropping PAE support we are also
dropping NX support, and therefore introducing a pretty big security
regression. Are we okay with this? Do we want to continue to support
Again, sorry for not being very active. Still trying to dig out from
under a few surprise projects at work.
With Final Freeze met, FESCo is checking in on our progress.
Unfortunately, I can't get away to attend. I don't know of any
outstanding concerns, so I have a feeling this is just checking in. If
someone can make it, great, if not, no worries.
About ten days ago, Daiki Ueno posted some patched nss-softokn builds
to address an i686-specific bug:
Has anyone had any time to test them on non-SSE2 hardware?
I am away for a conference, but if nobody can look into that in the
meantime, I could probably run some tests come Thursday or Friday.
Currently iso images for the X86 are failing due to the bug in
At this moment there will be no beta for x86 because of this. Sorry I
didn't catch that this was a problem until reading my email today.
One of the things that a SIG needs to do is look at the nightly
composes to check that spins are being made so they can be ahead of
Stephen J Smoogen.