On 11/11/2012 01:10 PM, Josh Boyer wrote:
On Sun, Nov 11, 2012 at 10:05:23AM +0000, "Jóhann B.
> 1. What's the current status on an fix for that tulip kernel driver bug?
bug is from 2008. There is no status.
> 2. What ever happened to the native hyper-v drivers that Microsoft
> pushed upstream?
They got pushed upstream. They're enabled in Fedora.
> 3. If those drivers have not been rejected and simply are stuck in
> staging? is there something preventing us pulling into Fedora and
> enabling them by default to improve the situation?
Was it in some specific kernel version that it got enabled?
( which could be the reason networking does not work out of the box on
F17 in hyper-v )
This is a bug against gnome-shell. It also has nothing to do with tulip
as it's fprintd being crap if there's no USB devices present.
Yes I knew that did not think I implied that it had anything to do with