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.
On 10/14/2017 03:22 AM, Peter Robinson wrote:
On Fri, Oct 13, 2017 at 10:21 PM, Gerald Henriksen
> On Fri, 13 Oct 2017 00:30:00 +0100, you wrote:
>>> I have downloaded and installed the F27 Beta Mate Spin for arm. It seems
>> 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, we're
>> 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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