I am just wondering why at the mainwebsite you show a picture of fedora running with tomboy, clearly indicating that mono is in default install, yet at download page you have livecd, which at least up until version9 did NOT include mono or any of its apps..has that changed and if not, why does the dvd installer ship mono assuming the screenshot on main page is of the dvd installer ?
I know in livecd 9 at least mono was gone and since debian does not ship mono out of the box either,I assumed that was why you weren't either, at least in livecd.
I have noticed an unfinished sentence in French documentation about ext4.
There is link to this page and the affected extract :
Fedora 9 a débuté par un aperçu général du support ext4. Fedora 10 propose
un e2fsprogs entièrement compatible-est4. De plus, l'écran de partition
I hope, i'm refer to the correct person and apology my english.
You may have mentioned these someplace in the FAQ for using Yum to
upgrade from FC6 to FC8, but I haven't found them after a few times
through your WIKI. I had to do the following in addition to the
instructions posted on the site:
Things to do before you Yum upgrade from FC6 to FC8:
1. Turn off 'yum-updatesd' .
2. Disable selinux by setting /etc/selinux/config to 'disabled' and
then reboot system.
3. Locate a FC7 install disk for the next step after you upgrade.
Things to do after you Yum upgrade from FC6 to FC8:
1. Boot the system using the FC7 install disk and select the 'rescue'
2. Chroot /mnt/sysimage and fix the /boot/grub/device.map file for the
device name change (ie. hda -> sda).
3. Make sure your disk labels are valid in /etc/fstab using 'e2label'
on each /dev/sdX device and correct as required in the fstab by setting
an absolute path ( ie. for swap ) or changing the disk label.
4. Make the new initrd file for your new kernel using the newly
corrected path/device information with 'mkinitrd
5. Exit from the 'chroot''d environment and the rescue live session,
while ejecting the CD/DVD FC7 image from the optical drive.
6. Boot your upgraded system.
Thanks for your time and the work on the WIKI! Please disregard this
message if I've missed the part about performing these other steps.
Your F10 download page at
seems exceptionally well thought out to provide everything that might be
needed with minimal complexity and minimal useless trappings.
Im trying to download Fedora 10 binaries of Subversion. From
Subversion pages i get to this page:
There is no clear link what i should do then. Where can I get them?
P.s. If you make that unclear webpages you have to bear the stupid questions.
Dear Redhat Company
While Installation Where some bugs
I don't know to which site to send the report so I've sent to this address.
If I sent the report to an uncorrect address you can send me back the correct one.
thank for attention.
this mail refers to the webpage http://fedoraproject.org/en/get-help -
where, in the first paragraph, you cite IRC: #fedora on irc.freenode.org as
a typical place where to find support - and you put it in the subchapter as
place where to get realtime support.
I would like you to reconsider such a choice and either remove or declass
IRC as a source for help - this is why:
I am a long-time Fedora user, who kept using Fedora since the fork from
Redhat Linux back many years ago. Recently, with the switch to Fedora 9, I
have started experiencing random kernel lockups. This is continuing in
Fedora 10. I have tried to look into bugzilla and forums to find either a
solution to my problem or similar issues, with no luck.
This evening I have gone into your website and following the /en/ge-help
advice I joined the #fedora IRC channel. To my questions about this lockup,
the answers I got have been "switch to windows". Other users did nothing
else and not a single answer has been sent to be - the little I have
received was useless and not even close to polite.
I know the Fedora community is absolutely not responsible for what happens
on the IRC channels - but as a webmaster *you* are responsible for the
contents of the fedora websites and suggesting the IRC as a good source of
realtime support. It's not. Directing end users to such places where you can
be happily ignored or worse offended is, I think, the absolute opposite of
what the Fedora community should try to do and for sure can have VERY
detrimental effects - like this email.
If I were a new linux user this would be enough to return (and remain) to
Windows. As a long-time linux user this is enough for me to switch to a
I just registered for an account (username: tabbott) with the Fedora
Account System, but the Fedora Wiki refuses to let me login, giving "Login
error: Incorrect password entered. Please try again.". I am quite
confident that I am providing the same password to the Fedora Wiki and the
Fedora Account System (with which I have tested logging out and in again);
is there some sort of delay for information to propagate to the Fedora