Not sure if this is the right list, but maybe someone will see this. |
I started out my computer experience as a DOS users a long time ago. Then on to windows and about 8 years ago I started using Linux to get ahead and to see what it could do. Over the years it has grown on me. I have used several distributions, but once Fedora came out I really stuck with it.
I got to say that I have been greatly disappointed by Fedora for the last 2 releases. I have a rockin system. I can play any game out there, I love. I just can't install Fedora with out sacrificing my system speed. For 2 releases dmraid has been broken. The fix is for me to stop using Sata RAID0. This is not a good fix, my disk IO doubles by having this. I have seen posts all over the boards and bugzilla relating to various problems in DMRaid. Yet for 2 releases, it has stayed broken. To me this is a show stopper when you can't even install an OS.
At a time when Linux can break through and get some number away from Microsoft you would think that a error free installation would be a top priority for the Fedora team. I am greatly dissapointed that such a widely known problem has been ignored by this team.
Dissapointed and Let Down,