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Re: Latest Kernel causes reboot hell



>-----Original Message-----
>From: Marc Wilson [mailto:msw cox net]
>Sent: Monday, December 7, 2009 01:37 PM
>To: 'Community assistance, encouragement,	and advice for using Fedora.'
>Subject: Re: Latest Kernel causes reboot hell
>
>On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 10:44 AM, Chris <racerx makeworld com> wrote:
>
>> Currently, I tossed on Ubuntu just so I can get some work done however, would really prefer to be back running F12.
>
>Other than that it let you make a snarky Ubuntu remark, why would you
>need to replace F12 "just so that you can get some work done"?  It
>would seem obvious that all you have to do is not perform the latest
>upgrade until whatever happened to it gets fixed.
>
>Oh, wait... that would't let you version-chase.  After all, apparently
>software with lower version numbers magically ceases to work.
>
>There, that's MY snarky remark.
>
>Gods, people, if you want to use Ubuntu, go use Ubuntu already... no
>need to tell everyone about it.

*IF* I really wanted to make a "snarky" remark I would have inserted something more appropriate like windows however, I thought my question was certainly genuine enough. 

As I did mention in the post - I did exactly that, I updated all but the kernel stuff (second time around) and mentioned that all worked well. Then,  simply stated that the newest kernel seems to have caused a break (in my system at least) and felt I might say something to see if anyone else had the same experience, and if they did - how did they rectify it.

I apologize to you, Marc, if me question infuriated you to the point to get upset. I have to believe that others didn't see it the same fashion as you.

Regards, 
Chris





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