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    Default Fedora 11 Plagued With Another Delay

    Phoronix: Fedora 11 Plagued With Another Delay

    Last week Red Hat had to announce that the release of Fedora 11 would be be faced by a last minute delay due to a number of show-stopping bugs that had to be resolved in time. Fedora 11 was then supposed to make it out in the first week of June, but we have now heard that there is another delay facing Fedora 11. Due to an Anaconda storage bug, Red Hat has pushed back the release of Fedora 11 by one more week...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=NzI5Mg

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    Good to hear, best to get it right.

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    Given the amount of features, it will be nice even if it takes mid-June. Making GCC-4.4.0 work completely across the distribution is an achievement in itself. Would have been wonderful if they targeted kernel 2.6.30 too.

    I hope it is stable and bug-free when it is out.

    (PS: I don't use Fedora, but I really appreciate the effort behind it.)

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    Like this they will release it with xorg-7.5
    Just kidding, everything should be out when is ready rather than after a strict time limit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdas View Post
    Given the amount of features, it will be nice even if it takes mid-June. Making GCC-4.4.0 work completely across the distribution is an achievement in itself. Would have been wonderful if they targeted kernel 2.6.30 too.

    I hope it is stable and bug-free when it is out.

    (PS: I don't use Fedora, but I really appreciate the effort behind it.)
    It won't be released with 2.6.30 but 2.6.30 will come as an update once it is considered stable (Fedora does rebase the kernel in stable releases).

    Fedora 10 uses 2.6.27 but 2.6.29 is already in updates-testing (I am using it right now, works just fine).

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