If you're a chronic complainer and nit-picker with a spare machine and a willingness to suffer multiple crashes, weird screen artefacts and possible data loss: Fedora 25's alpha has landed ahead of its anticipated November 2016 release. If you want to help the developers by breaking stuff, don't risk dual-boot on OS X if you' …
(Did I translate that correctly?)
Good try! :-)
no, actually a Chilean meme, from "El Show de Juanelo" a comics blog, where the first to comment adds an icon with a messed up version of "first", in Spanish, "primero", thus "pimedo".
And for the record, the "Federa" was a typo elReg had in the original title (I see they fixed that now)
the "pimedo!" image:
Used Fedora up until they went gnome shell, fuck 'em
Fedora 24 is brilliant and there are a number of remixes including "Mate" for people who do not like the default desktop choice.
RE: You are missing out
Redhat + Pulse Audio + SystemD + Lynyrt Puttering, I don't think so.
I've had a
hate on problem with GNOME since I first met linux, and live with KDE (it was hell for a while) or *box or LXDE when the resources aren't there.
Spinning this up in a vm later this week to play.
...most of the bugs you linked actually exist in stable release too. Yes, including the OS X partition resize one. Just, er...don't do that.
Most weirdness people encounter in 25 Alpha Workstation will likely be related to Wayland, which is the default for Workstation now; we know about quite a lot of the issues, but we'd certainly welcome reports of any problems people run across. Other variants (KDE, Xfce, Cinnamon etc.) still use X by default.
and thanks for the article, it's nice to get press on pre-releases so we get more feedback!
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