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    Fedora 28 nightly ISOs available for testing

    I am in the process of completing my installation of Fedora 28 Gnome, and soon to be followed by Fedora 28 KDE.


    You can find the BETA HERE

    The here location is valid until the next clean version is made available.

    So far, for my desktop work (writing code, etc, I have not encountered bugs)
    Leslie in Montreal

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    Re: Fedora 28 Everything ISO is available for testing

    Quote Originally Posted by lsatenstein

    You can find the BETA HERE

    The image you have linked is NOT beta. It's a daily compose. Please ensure you are providing the correct information. Please do not make up your own designations.

    beta freeze is in place, yes. But, this is NOT the official beta image.

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    Re: Fedora 28 Everything ISO is available for testing

    I hope to find some time to test it next weekend, what about Fedora 28 aarch64? I run it on my home server, is it working already as well?

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    Re: Fedora 28 Everything ISO is available for testing

    Mith
    A daily compose is, from my end-user viewpoint, a beta.

    You are right in that next month or before days before May, someone at RH will name the daily-compose the Official Beta. The Everything ISO that I referred to is dated March 2 and is really "clean" and useful. No daily compose since that date has passed QC testing
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    Re: Fedora 28 Everything ISO is available for testing

    These images are NOT official Fedora pre-releases. Use this page instead to find the nightly builds because you get an indication of the testing status for them as well. some nightlies fail testing or may not have been tested.

    https://www.happyassassin.net/nightlies.html

    This page helps you locate recent Fedora nightly composes. For each Fedora image, you can find the latest Branched and Rawhide nightly composes that completed. For images tested by openQA, you can also find the latest image for which all image-specific tests passed. This is not as strong an indication of quality as official Alpha or Beta status, but at least indicates that the image successfully boots, completes a system installation, and boots to the installed system, in a straightforward virtual machine configuration. These images are NOT official Fedora pre-releases. For assistance, contact #fedora-qa on Freenode IRC or the test@ mailing list.

    Red linked images are known to have failed tests; green linked images are known to have passed all tests; blue linked images are untested or testing status is unknown. Mouse over red links to display links to the failed tests.

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    Re: Fedora 28 nightly ISOs available for testing

    Changed the thread title to clearly state "nightly" images.

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