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Re: FC5 rocks!

On Mon, 2006-04-24 at 12:04 -0400, Dimi Paun wrote:
> On Mon, April 24, 2006 10:32 am, Paul A Houle said:
> > 	It's really great.  It's clear that many of the concerns that people have
> > had on this list have been listened to.  There are a lot of details I
> > could
> > complaint about,  but FC5 has raised the bar again for what people can
> > expect from a desktop OS.
> While FC5 did add a number of nice touches, I am personally not as
> impressed. I ended up having more problems with it than with FC4:
>   -- Firefox crashes regurarly, or uses 50% CPU and has 2-3sec latency
>      Yeah, Firefox also has some nice touches, but honestly, browsing
>      experience is sub-par. This is _the_ most important thing people
>      do on their desktops nowadays.

Do you have a bug report on this?

>   -- my Canon SD400 stopped working due to SELinux
>      Now, I lover SELinux, and I have largely ignored calls for its
>      removal, but this is getting to be too much. Working with media
>      on a desktop is right under browsing in importance. Read very.
>      Problem is that the bug has been filled, but is still not fixed
>      on my FC5 (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=187712)
>      Daniel claims the bug has been fixed, has it been pushed to updates?
>      This is very, very frustrating, as you have no fscking clue why
>      things stopped working magically. I also think that having this
>      sort of functionallity tested before release is an absolute minimum.

You would be better off providing that feedback within the bug report
itself. AVC denied messages after updating the policy package will help.

>   -- Evolution doesn't print emails
>      This is basic, fundamental functionality! The bug has been present
>      in FC4 too, but it doesn't seem to register of people's radar.
>      I receive invoices, etc that I need to print, and I can't. It is
>      absolutely ridiculous.

Bug report?

> <rant>
> Not to mention a number of very annoying and branidamaged GNOME
> fsckups.

Rants are usually non specific. Not very useful for a development list.


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