FC3 - i'm disapointed
rlhumphrey at gmail.com
Thu Jan 13 22:09:52 UTC 2005
On Thu, 13 Jan 2005 17:04:26 -0500, Kiryl Hakhovich
<administrator at bsolution.net> wrote:
> Richard Humphrey wrote:
> >On Thu, 13 Jan 2005 12:01:32 -0500, Kiryl Hakhovich
> ><administrator at bsolution.net> wrote:
> >>Hey guys,
> >>I have to post it.
> >>I have been using RH from RH 7.0
> >>And was pretty happy with.
> >>Then moved on to FC1 then FC2.... and now FC3.
> >>I hate to admit it but FC3 is really broken in general.
> >>I do not want to start a new flame thread but here is a several items i
> >>can assume lot's of them has to do with kernel 2.6:
> >> - usb drivers - not stable
> >> - network - same
> >> - some applications compiled on the system - crashes
> >> - certain kernel updates - make system not bootable
> >> - Open Office tend to load memory to the point that machine need to be
> >> and list grows on a daily basis which is really reminds me a windowZ
> >>and nothing close what it was in FC1 on the same hardware for example.
> >>I understand that this is probably inappropriate post, but i have been
> >>in pain since I moved to FC3.
> >>Does any one else experience as many problems as i do?
> >>fedora-list mailing list
> >>fedora-list at redhat.com
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> >Running pretty well on my ThinkPAd G40 with WI-Fi and all. Alot of
> >things changed between FC2 and FC3 (selinux for one). Did you upgrade
> >from FC3 or do a fresh install. Upgrade process never really works as
> >one hopes. I always do clean installs.
> thas was clean install of FC3. an by the way selinux - has some issues
> too :-)
You can try disabling selinux to see if it clears things up for you.
You can find posts in this group to tell how. I am running with it
enabled still and only had some minor issues to work out.
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