F10 - something positive to say!
ajneil at gmail.com
Tue Dec 23 18:28:57 UTC 2008
On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 10:11 AM, Mike Cloaked <mike.cloaked at gmail.com> wrote:
> Traditionally the forums are filled with grumbles about things that don't
> work, and questions about how to work around some of those things that don't
> work as they should.
> However occasionally it is nice if someone says something positive about
> Fedora and sends a thank you to the people who devote so much time to making
> the new things happen at all and who then spend considerable time and effort
> in fixing the inevitable problems that will always occur when you create new
> Since F10 was released I have installed it on 4 systems with different
> hardware. One acts as a dns and dhcp server, and the others are a desktop
> and two laptops. All are running dovecot imap servers in a slightly
> non-standard way. Although I did have some frustrating times working around
> some issues mainly associated with SElinux due to some non-standard ways of
> doing things, I now have 4 systems running the way I want them to within my
> LAN, with no SElinux denials, and performing efficiently and seemingly
> faster than the F8 systems they replaced. These are now being used by family
> members who have had smiles on their faces when using the new systems.
> There are some new things yet to enthrall us like KDE4.2 before too long,
> and Thunderbird 3 on the way and I would like to thank all the developers
> and the testers who have brought Fedora to its current level. Fedora is
> ahead of the opposition and cutting edge - and mostly it now works and works
> I hope there are many silent Fedora users out there who would back me up on
> Have a great Christmas and I hope that the New Year brings us even better
> Fedora experiences.
I have to agree that this is one of the most solid Fedora releases in
a long time. Certainly since selinux was intergrated it's the first
one in which I have not had to disable it (so far) for one reason or
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