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Old 7th November 2006, 03:29 PM
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FC6 Not ready for release.

It looks like the installer incorrectly identifies processors.
i586 insted of i686.

This tells me FC6 is not ready for distribution, it's a HUGE bug. FC6 never "NEVER" should have made it to release.

Giving instructions on how to get the correct kernel running is not the solution. Many people have wasted valuable time attempting to get FC to work as it should out of the box.

If the development community of any Linux wants to see Linux used in the public sector then this can't happen. This is the perfect way to help M$, by delivering a product that does not work as it should. M$ will eat Linux alive when they see this sort of thing, Fedora will put a black eye on the face of all distributions by releasing FC6.
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