nice that its done finally
first I run into a bug or better my dad run into it ^^ some pdfs look ok in evience but if you print preview or print there is a blue layer over the document if you print it with a black-white printer it prints a black page... think thats because they updated to a very new cups version?
Does somebody else have such problems (its not on every pdf like that but some) and I dont think I can upload this pdf files because sensible data is on it.
yes I know I should report that bug, if I have some time I do it ^^
what do you need if you want radeon-vdpau working?
mesa 9.2 is in fedora so that should be ok.
I also installed a kernel 3.10 version:
maybe set this env variable:Code:sudo yum install fedora-release-rawhide sudo yum update kernel --enablerepo=rawhide sudo yum install libva-vdpau-driver libva-utils
set in a player vdpau as driver did I miss something? havent tested yet ^^Code:export VDPAU_DRIVER=r600
I post that a bit as question and a bit as manual or start point for others who want that get working
Isn't the 0.9.8 branch of package kit all about reducing locks?
back on topic of the release... "fedup --network 19" ran as expected, minus that it uninstalls the grub theme for some reason, but otherwise a seem less update.
fresh install also ran as expected, no hiccups. That being said, why no grub theme? I no its not a big deal, just seems odd that 18 had one and 19 is just a black and white menu. Also, as of 2 days ago, encryption on ssd's is still broken but thats a systemd / dracut problem not an installer problem.
Otherwise a great release, good job fedora team
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=975800 , we are fixing it right now (it was supposed to be fixed already, but the fix was faulty). 'yum install grub2-starfield-theme' will get the theme back if you want it.
Proper fixes would involve making locking less necessary and adjusting tools to need to use it less often and for less time.
I've already tryed it on 2 different laptops and it's looking great with AMD C-60 (Bobcat+R600) and Intel i3 (Sandy Bridge+HD3000). Everything just works! As soon as I get my new laptop I'll install Fedora 19 and hopefully never look back to Ubuntu again! Ubuntu with Gnome just doesn't cut it anymore.
Thank you devs! You're awesome!
Again this was ONLY an issue for LUKS encryption + SSD, if you have a real hard drive you'd never know otherwise. And if you have an SSD you'd never know something was wrong unless you actually started playing around with things-- THEN you'd realize that "TRIM" wans't being passed off to the device, regardless of what /etc/crypttab had. If its been fixed, awesome-- because then I need to reinstal haha, but I can't seem to find the exact same bug report that I followed a link to a few weeks ago, I know LP and some other devs were trying to decide whose fault it was-- systemd, dracut, or LUKS in the comments of the bug report
EDIT: Adam, do you know if Fedora 19 is now using the Intel Pstate driver? I noticed that on Fedora 18 even if you had a 3.9.x kernel, Fedora didn't use the Intel P-state driver and instead stuck to OnDemand
Last edited by Ericg; 07-02-2013 at 06:49 PM.
Getting bad lockups when using the global search function in Gnome Shell.
They last about five seconds, but the entire UI freezes for this time, not just the Activities screen.
So I've given this release a miss, for now.