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Re: Any bugs in Fedora Core 2?



There will ALWAYS be bugs in any software. The question is: How many and how 
severe?

On Tuesday 18 May 2004 08:20 pm, Peter Mount wrote:
> I just got a copy of Fedora Core 1. I've been told to wait a while before
> getting a copy of Fedora Core 2. How long does it normally take for any
> updates to appear in the Fedora distro? Where would this be announced?
>

Updates appear faster when bugs are discovered and fixed. The discovering 
part anyone can do. Just get a recent version of the software and try it 
out. File bugs on bugzilla. The fixing part is more difficult, but a large 
section of the Fedora community can do it, and should.

> I've got a programming exam in a couple of weeks (as well as an
> assignment due next week) so I can't spend time loading Fedora onto one
> of my hard drives now anyway.
>

Don't upgrade until you're right and ready and you've backed up your data. 
Businesses will fix an upgrade date into their project schedules. You 
should treat your home computer no differently.

-- 
Jonathan Gardner
jgardner jonathangardner net



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