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  • MastaG
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    I wish they would have kept armv7 for a little longer

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  • lethalwp
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    I'm also running it (since early beta). I like the cutting edge packages, even mpv-0.35 is already waiting in updates-testing.


    My current problems are:
    - Teams in Chrome sometimes shift the video out of the screen! Could be an amd driver bug, chrome bug, or something related to a fedora package.
    Not easily reproductible

    - in previous fedora version i could just do a "yum update" in graphical mode, it worked. Yes i do this by hand.
    Since F36 or F37, a yum update often resets my wayland session+reloggin. Loosing the last "rpm script installations",
    like the mkinitrd of the kernel installs. yum-complete-transaction seems to be gone.

    -a couple of pipewire bugs because of my constant connect/disconnect/changing sound output. I was in beta when it happened, this could already been fixed.


    For the rest, it's really fine!





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  • mirmirmir
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    Rpm5 when?

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  • nadro
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    I use it since ~4 weeks. I didn't notice any drawbacks except one nautilus bug with context menu, so not bad release IMO. It's nice upgrade from Fedora 36.

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