It appears that the new updates for test2 have lead to a rather
much better than the initial setup for test2. Mixed with rpms.livna.org
fedora extras, I'm very impressed at what I can do. I have to applaud the
fedora developers for coming upon such a nice mix. I'm very impressed, and yet
this is only a test. So, my question is am I correct in my assumption that
test2 is pretty much frozen? What things should we expect to see in test3? Are
you going to be testing anything new, or are you just going to be ironing out
the remaining kinks (such as remaining issues selinux)?
I tried doing fresh installs off today's x86-64 devel tree and they're still
there. My notebook's HD has a NTFS partition that triggers the first bug
and my desktop has a HD dedicated to Linux (no NTFS) that hits the
second bug. Installing with selinux disabled had no effect on the second
bug. I didn't try acpi=off but it had no effect the last time I tried it.
I assume, but did not try, that a FC1 install can be upgraded to devel.
Both installs were via NFS (local mirror).
Anyone smarter than me who can spare the time and is looking for bugs
to target should take a stab at these.