[sf-lug] Linux on speed...
jim at well.com
Thu Nov 2 09:12:44 PST 2006
what is speed-stepping?
what is "suspending to memory"?
thanks for info.
On Nov 2, 2006, at 7:34 AM, Andy Grimm wrote:
> The plan is something like 6-9 months, but it typically stays closer
> to 6. Like it or not, the main purpose of Fedora is to be a proving
> ground for new stuff destined for Red Hat's enterprise releases, so
> they want to release often. They had to get FC6 out now because it's
> essentially a public beta for RHEL5. I don't really think there's any
> way to be a Fedora user on the server side *except* in "legacy mode."
> FWIW, I'm running FC6 on my Dell D620 laptop. It's not flawless, but
> I carried over some configuration info from my previous OS (SLED 10),
> and I think that may be te reason for a couple of little glitches
> (evolution acting weird, strange font sizes, etc.). On the bright
> side, things like speed-stepping and suspending to memory are working
> quite well, and istanbul (desktop recording to ogg video) is fun to
> play with.
> Just my two cents.
> On 11/1/06, Tony <vze2jy85 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Way too fast. Whether I like it or not, I have become
>> a legacy guy.
>> --- vincent polite <vpolitewebsiteguy at yahoo.com>
>>> Geezz..I just read Fedora Core 6 is out. How fast
>>> are they popping these suckers out?
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