suspend/hibernate on desktops

Jesse Keating jkeating at
Mon Jan 16 17:29:28 UTC 2006

On Mon, 2006-01-16 at 12:13 -0500, Dave Jones wrote:
> In practice, either the bugs will go unfixed, lowering the overall
> reputation of Fedora, or they'll land in bugzilla against 'kernel'
> where they'll also go unfixed, with the added bonus of driving me crazy
> as I try to make sense of problems that make no sense against a Fedora kernel.
> We can add all the disclaimers and policies we want, users won't care
> (because typically, they don't read them, they read some HOWTO
>  that tells them to 'yum install kernel-suspend2' or the like).
> They downloaded something from Fedora, they want Fedora to fix it when it breaks.
> If we're not setup to do that, we shouldn't do it.

I am in deep agreement here.  I don't see these kernels in extras as
being anything other than a bad thing.

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