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Old 3rd January 2006, 07:03 PM
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Exclamation Quick death - one update and it is gone.

I had FC5t for 48 hours!
It took 36 to install and configure.
The new SELinux policy (a suggested fix for the gedit not working) ate the whole thing.

I have never seen so many messages fly by, a few hundred.


Now running Ubuntu DD 6.04 devel, again, as today was a good image.

Time for sleep. I think I'm turning into a bat.
Do the Math
Old 3rd January 2006, 07:07 PM
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Ouch.... Remember though, that's why it is a test release...
FC4 is stable enough
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