I installed F15 alpha and am wondering what repos should be enabled, so that if I just keep updating I'll eventually have the same system that will eventually be released as F15.
Right now I have the following setup:
[x] Fedora 15 - x86_64
[ ] Fedora 15 - x86_64 - Test Updates
[x] Fedora 15 - x86_64 - Updates
[ ] Fedora - Rawhide - Development packages for the next release
[x] RPM Fusion for Fedora 15 - Free
[ ] RPM Fusion for Fedora 15 - Free - Test Updates
[x] RPM Fusion for Fedora 15 - Free - Updates
[x] RPM Fusion for Fedora 15 - Nonfree
[ ] RPM Fusion for Fedora 15 - Nonfree - Test Updates
[x] RPM Fusion for Fedora 15 - Nonfree - Updates
[ ] RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide - Free
[ ] RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide - Nonfree
This wasn't what it looked like after a fresh install of alpha, but I disabled test-updates and enabled the others and of course, added the Fusion for the Nvidia driver and gstreamer stuff.
---------- Post added at 04:41 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:46 PM ----------
I found this link in another thread
that is very similar, but it unfortunately doesn't answer my question.
From reading it, I almost think I ought to enable the rawhide repos.
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Found the answer here: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA/Updates_Testing
"Starting with the Fedora 13 development, Rawhide has become a permanent development branch. In Fedora 13 development branch and above updates-testing repository is enabled by default for any development release (Alpha, Beta, Nightly builds etc). Package maintainers in Fedora are encouraged to test their updates via this repository first to keep the development branch more robust while providing the latest updates. If you a tester, it is recommended to leave this repository enabled and provide feedback to help make the general release that follows a robust one. In the development branch, packages that are in the updates-testing repository will eventually transition into the base repository instead of the updates repository.
Before release, a fedora-release update will automatically disable the updates-testing repository and enable the updates repository. After the general release, the updates repository will start filling up as more updates gets pushed through but until the release time, updates repository will remain empty. "