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Re: Good bye





Some issues were with the kernel, some with the layering of device detection when the connection is made or at boot time. Regardless, fedora doesn't have to ship a broken kernel just because it exists.

This is what Fedora does, it tries to stay right on the edge and often tries out the newest stuff first. Sometimes it breaks thinks. So be it, things like that can happen. 'Someone' has to try things first and Fedora chooses to be one of those distros which does. If you don't like it go somewhere else, there are plenty others which don't do this, but stop complaining as your gripes are really starting to sound old now.

Chris


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