I don't know if this is the right place to post this; please move if needed.
Computer: Hp dv9020 dual core 64 bit, with 2 gig ram. I booted the rawhide test day cd to try out the audio test. But first I wanted to see if PulseAudio had changed to support accesses the the sound card dsp.
I first yum installed gmfsk, and it's deps..ie hamlib etc. No errors.
I them run it. During the program Setup, an error message popped up that it could not find file/dir /dev/dsp. I kind of expected that. I tried all the dsp choices, ie. dsp0, dsp1 and dsp2. No joy.
I then wondered if I could resort to installing ALSA and removing PulseAudio. Well, installing ALSA went smoothly, but when I went to uninstall PulseAudio, it seems that pretty much the whole system is now dependent on PulseAudio. In fact, the Add/Remove software would not even let me remove PulseAudio. I then used the CLI to uninstall it, and it of course, it did take most of the system with it. I then yum installed the kde desktop, but I could not kill X, to be able to start kde. I don't even know if that would work.
Regardless, it seems that F12 is rapidly moving towards being a third rate OS, at least for me. I realize that amateur radio usage is not a high priority for most fedora users, but it is one of things that make life enjoyable for me. I will not be filing a bug, since this is not likely a bug for most others. It is just an unfortunate thing for me.