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Re: Network Manager, Firefox and more on FC10

Craig White wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-01-08 at 14:28 -0500, Mark Haney wrote:
>> I have plenty of respect for ALL developers.  As I said above the Fedora
>> group do damn good work.  And, I believe the /intent/ to make a good all
>> around networking implementation is there in the NM devs.  I just think
>> it's a silly way to do it.  That's not disrespect, that's just a
>> disagreement.  Please, take your moral high ground elsewhere.  I am not
>> a sheep just waiting for the devs to spoon feed me with whatever they
>> want.  If I don't like something, I'm vocal about it.  I do file bug
>> reports, as many as I can feasibly handle.  The rest I deal with until
>> it's fixed or I find a different way of doing it.  That's the beauty of
>> open source.
> ----
> the assumptions when you use the Live-CD to install...
> that you are using dhcp, that you are installing a workstation, not a
> server and thus it installs and configures NetworkManager.

I DO use the Full DVD.  Since I have multiple systems that I install
/upgrade. Not the Live-CD.

> If you would just download the full DVD and install from that, you would
> save yourself a headache because it would match your expectations.
> Given the amount of installations that you seem to do, it almost makes
> sense for you to just mirror the entire 'Everything' and 'updates' and
> install via NFS or HTTP from your own mirror. I personally use 'yam'
> which is Dag Wieer's brilliant tool for creating mirrors of various
> repo's with fsync.
> Craig

And yes I do that as well.  That's not the point, here I think.

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