Re: gnome-list Digest, Vol 86, Issue 5 Item 1
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Do you guys from Gnome call that an "evolution"??? may be.. when it reaches the trust state we had in 2.32... I spend a week downloading the 2.32 gnome, and 2 more days installing it only to have my notebook usable again.For God's sake, could you return to a good system as you had before this terrible thing??? It's a horror to work with this! For one week I could not switch off my laptop, unless my technician found out how to run down the operating system. I WANT MY NICE AND EASY VERSION BACK!
I also have some fedora 15 working and that was enough of a challenge in itself.
Although I am finding my way around this, because of the absence of some 3D drivers (with Intel) it is not very nice.
Gnome should make available the more conventional version 2 so that we can easily install it.
So basically while the gnome team have worked very hard and produced what does look like a very secure and stable desktop, I am finding the serious difficulties with the inflexibility of the system.
fedora 15 does not allow the manual setting of display resolution (reported to Redhat) and I have instances where monitors are not correctly sensed and therefore become unusable. Just why, when we do have an administrator password, are we now denied such abilities?
I could go on, but we are working as a community and we WILL end up with a good system.
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