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Re: F7 Kernel 2.6.22.1-33.fc7 USB stick



2007/7/27, Chris Jones <jonesc hep phy cam ac uk>:
>
>
> > I am using Fedora since first release: and if you look back I reported
> > some bugs (the latest are scanner as user not working).
> > If USB is not working any more in latest releases, I assume that
> > something were not tested (I mean something very easy to test, a 10USD
> > stick to connect and disconnect...)
> > And I assume that my early report about USB not working is an early
> > warning that should be appreciated by developers, don't you??
> >
>
>
> I think it is very unfair to claim that testing was not done. Any new
> update, before being released, is put into the testing repo first. At
> this point the kind souls who choose to run the testing repo get these
> updates and report the problems back to the fedora testing lists etc.
> Any problems which are found are usually fixed.
>
> using the testing repo is voluntary and thus it is quite unfair to
> complain that it is not properly done. It is not true that USB is
> completely broken with the new kernel, for many people its OK and for me
> at least it got better. Maybe the problem is somehow specific to your
> hardware (sounds likely to me), in which case unless some which your
> hardware was kind enough to try out the test releases, then your problem
> would not be found until now. Did you bother to try testing yourself ?
> If not don't complain about those that do.
>
> Chris
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