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[Fwd: [Fedora QA] #135: Proposed Test Day - TOPIC How about a consideration of the dual boot issues from Fedora 13?]



Hey folks,

We (fedora-qa) received a request for a test day around anaconda and
dual-booting.  I'm not sure if there is interest on the development side
for attending and addressing issues found during such an event.  Also, I
think we'll probably need to clarify the exposure areas related to
dual-boot scenarios.  

So my questions for the list ...

     1. Is there interest in hosting/attending a Fedora 15 test day
        around installer dual-boot?
     2. What areas of the installer are impacted by the presence of
        other operating systems (installing bootloader, partition
        detection/selection, partition types (ntfs, xfs...) etc...)?

Thanks,
James

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> Subject: [Fedora QA] #135: Proposed Test Day - TOPIC How about a
> consideration of the dual boot issues from Fedora 13?
> Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 09:19:57 -0000
> 
> #135: Proposed Test Day - TOPIC  How about a consideration of the dual boot
> issues from Fedora 13?
> -----------------------+----------------------------------------------------
>  Reporter:  dramsey    |       Owner:           
>      Type:  task       |      Status:  new      
>  Priority:  major      |   Milestone:  Fedora 14
> Component:  Test Day   |     Version:           
>  Keywords:  dual boot  |  
> -----------------------+----------------------------------------------------
>  How about a consideration of the dual boot issues from Fedora 13?
> 
>  I remember from the Fedora 13 timeframe, there were dual boot issues.
> 
>  Would it be advantageous to reconsider a subset of this as well as other
>  lessons learned from the Fedora 13 which may be a good peruse for
>  historical impact and reflection.
> 
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