Why are some having so much trouble with F7?

Paul Shaffer ace_wizard at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 23 22:01:16 UTC 2007

Les Mikesell <lesmikesell at gmail.com> wrote:  Karl Larsen wrote:

>> >>>>DVD won't install to systems with SATA Drives... FC-7 team has 
>> found this bug, and decided they aren't going to fix it, as it has 
>> been labeled "Wont Fix" in the database<<<<<
>> Hmmm ... so it has. That seems strange. Maybe there is no ready fix, 
>> or maybe it's a kernel problem that's beyond the scope of the F7 
>> team's mandate... maybe it's some limitation of the SATA driver and 
>> the person responsible for the SATA driver isn't available right now, 
>> or something...
>> I know there has been considerable discussion of SATA on this list... 
>> since I don't have a SATA drive (nor any knowledge of SATA and Linux) 
>> and traffic on this list is WAY too heavy to read every posting, I've 
>> been skipping over them... guess it'll be interesting to go back and 
>> read them...
> I think it would help me if you defined what SATA stands for.

Google and wikipedia know pretty much everything and respond much faster 
than this list - unless email is the only connection you have to the 

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I think the vast majority of people subscribed to this list are reading it to learn (about Fedora), as opposed to a few who seem more inclined to use it for demonstrating a reluctance to share their superior knowledge with trite RTFM-type quips.
  Not knowing what SATA is and having problems related to it would somehow seem rather expected, so why get your knickers in a twist over it?  The OP wasn't even complaining about an SATA-related problem.

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