How come kernel preemption is not turned on by default in the 2.6 builds for FC 2 test 1? Well, maybe I am assuming too much because when I make xconfig from the source file it is not on by default. Anyway, I thought that that was supposed to be one of "the key features" of the new kernel.
Also, there is still the problem with the USB KVM switches that has yet to be resolved. Switching off and then back to my linux computer make the mouse and keyboard stop functioning. I guess that this is more of a kernel development thing, but I was wondering if anyone has any sugguestions?
I think that test 2 should be put out on a live-eval CD just like Suse 9.1 so I can try it before I update my system with the new packages.
Anyway, that is just my little rant. Otherwise, things are great and I love fedora!!!!