I reinstalled Fedora, and also checked the cd I installed from
to see if that would fix the problem. I believe the issues I had
previously may have been caused by putting /home on its own lvm, which
I did not do when I reinstalled. I wanted to do this so I could
install future releases without having to erase the home folder.
Unfortunately, I don't have the time continue to reinstall Fedora over
and over to confirm that putting /home on its own lvm is the source of
the issue, but maybe someone else can replicate this? |
Before reinstalling, the programs that crashed when I tried to edit their preferences were all of the ones I tried: Thunderbird, Empathy, and Mozilla. The automatic bug reporting tool crashed the system when trying to report some of the bugs too.
The system was fully update when I was experiencing the crashes.
Reinstalling solved all of my problems except one. Keyboard shortcuts are still not saved. However, this issue is trivial compared to the frequent crashes I was experiencing before.
On 11/25/2009 09:00 AM, Mike Chambers wrote:
On Tue, 2009-11-24 at 21:08 -0500, brad longo wrote:I just installed Fedora 12, to replace Fedora 11, and I have some bugs but I'm not sure where to file them. Please help me get these into bugzilla as they are urgent. 1. Fedora 12 crashes frequently and makes it almost unusable for me. It seems to crash whenever I try to edit/change sound preferences. When I do this I get logged out and then have to log back in. I can repeat this at any time by going to go System->Preferences->Sound. 2. Editing preferences for certain programs causes me to be logged out but this is random and I haven't found a way to repeat it. 3. Changes to keyboard shortcuts are not saved. I tried mapping Alt+T as the shortcut for the terminal and it does not work.Have you also updated your system since the install to make sure you any included fixes/updates that didn't make it to final release?