Ed Greshko wrote: > Karl Larsen wrote: >> All this is now of no sense. I have booted F7 which is being >> updated as I type, and seems to have none of the Pulseaudio problems. >> I give up with F8 and think the repo's have a problem since I can find >> nothing on my F8. So rather than hit my head on a hard rock I come >> back to a version that just works. >> >> > Use some logical deduction and common sense. > > If the repos have a problem, and everyone uses the same repos, then > everyone would have the same problems. > > Since everyone doesn't have the problems the fault lies not with the > repos but elsewhere. > > Karl's troubleshooting software reminds me of the repair shops that repair electronics by replacing parts until it works again. They have no idea why the repair worked, or even if the part replaced was the cause of the problem, or a symptom of another problem. For example, if the final transistors are burned out on a transmitter, you replace the transistors. This fixes the immediate problem, but the problem will come back if the real problem is something like high SWR on the antenna connection, or an intermittent short in the co-ax cable. One big part of Karl's problem is that he installs files from non-RPM sources that overwrite installed files, and then updates overwrite these files. Then he blames the updates for breaking things. The kind of problem you would expect from someone that does not understand how a package manager works. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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