[Fedora-livecd-list] Re: Fedora 7 Test 4 GNOME based i386 Live CD report
mclasen at redhat.com
Sat Apr 28 01:24:06 UTC 2007
On Sat, 2007-04-28 at 06:35 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Just installed the F7 T4 GNOME based i386 live cd and here are some of
> my observations after playing with it for a day.
> * Beagle is installed by default and replaces gnome-search-tool on the
> UI like the previous release. Might be better to keep these entries
No. Offering several different search tools in the menu is a bad idea.
Medium-term, we're hoping to see a unified frontend for the various
> * New application, system-config-selinux is available under
> administration. Looks pretty comprehensive. SELinux boolean
> configuration has been removed from system-config-securitylevel and is
> now available in this tool. Title says "system-config-selinux.py"
> instead of just "system-config-selinux" which is a minor wart in the UI.
The bigger wart is that the menu entry for system-config-securitylevel
still says "Firewall and SELinux" even though SELinux was removed...
> * nautilus-open-terminal extension was not installed by default unlike
> previous live cd releases.
This live cd is just following the comps defaults here. The FC6 live cd
was following David Z.s personal preferences...
> * SCIM input icon doesnt show up on the system tray unlike the previous
> test release. Default is showing on demand but setting it to show always
> does not make it show up on the system tray.
You should get it by default if you are logging in in a CJK locale. For
other locales, use the "input method" capplet to turn it on.
> * nautilus has crashed more than once during login including the
> previous test releases with some vague bonobo error which I did not note
> down. Anyone else seeing this?
File a bug ?
> * Turning on desktop effects immediately makes it crash Xorg
> * shutdown entry showed up twice as first and last entries in the system
> menu just once.
I have seen this once before, but then it repaired itself. Please file
panel bug for this, too.
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