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Old 27th April 2007, 09:20 AM
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Call for testing: Fedora-7-Test4-KDE-Live (F-6.93-KDE-i386-Live)

Hi everybody.

I want to start a call for testing the Test4 KDE livecd. You know that this one is only the second test version for us (the KDE-SIG). So please help us to find all the bugs or major and minor issues related to the kde livecd.

What should be tested:
* Is the cd working for you?
* Is the installation working and bootable (#234728)?
* Is something missing?
* kdm is broken ATM. So we've to use gdm instead. Is it working for you?
* ATM there are two laptop related programs included (#237654): klaptop and kpowersave. klaptop will be packaged into a subpackage soon. Is kpowersave working fine?

And also: If you are interested in making KDE in Fedora better, feel free to join the KDE-SIG. We need every help you could offer (not only packaging, also testing).

Sebastian Vahl (KDE-SIG)
Old 28th April 2007, 08:54 AM
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