On Sat, Oct 14, 2017 at 11:29 PM, Stewart Samuels <searider74(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I've got a question for you. If a user performs a "dnf -y update"
subsequent to installing a "finalized" and published image, Beta or
otherwise, does that update include the "latest" (daily published) up to
that point in time updates? My assumption/belief is that it does, so I just
want to get clarification of the process.
Yes, and if you do it with a pre-release it'll also add
updates-testing by default too
> On 10/14/2017 03:22 AM, Peter Robinson wrote:
>> On Fri, Oct 13, 2017 at 10:21 PM, Gerald Henriksen <ghenriks(a)gmail.com>
>>> On Fri, 13 Oct 2017 00:30:00 +0100, you wrote:
>>>>> I have downloaded and installed the F27 Beta Mate Spin for arm. It
>>>> Firstly, the Beta is ancient, there's nightly builds you should be
>>>> testing with, a LOT has changed since Beta. Basically the response to
>>>> "I tried beta" is for you to go and try the latest nigltly.
>>>> Firstly we're not "still in Beta", it shipped weeks ago,
>>>> 2 working days away from final freeze, 4 if you include the weekend.
>>> I appreciate the work you do, which given the attitude of many of
>>> these ARM vendors is pretty close to an impossible task.
>>> But in fairness to the original poster I think it worth pointing out
>>> that the Beta is not what most people would call ancient having only
>>> been released 10 days ago (Oct 3).
>>> I certainly wouldn't expect after now only 8 work days of the beta to
>>> be expected to check out a nightly build.
>> It froze weeks prior to that on 9th Sept and given F27 only branched
>> in early August in relative terms it is ancient and in the terms of
>> early boot stuff on ARM there's been a lot of changes since Beta.
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