skrev Larry Finger:
This morning, (04/07/2010 08:51 AM Chicago Time), Stephan Kulow wrote:
The libpng update to 14 caused a lot of pain and now we're set back 2 days for Milestone5 - still having ~2000 packages to build. So if we can meet friday, it would be very late. So I rather go with monday and be safe.
The factory tree synced out today and is already marked as M5, but we had to fix the libpng14-32bit thing, because gtk2-32bit depends on it and with it a lot of things x86_64 users have installed. So feel free to test factory update.
As M5 is unlikely to be released until Monday, April 12, we should probably reschedule our next meeting until we have some time for testing.
The opensuse-factory mailing list also has a number of reports of kernels failing to boot.
Is Factory (M5) 'safe' to upgrade to now? When tried 4 or 5 days ago, I got an broken system. In the meantime I've reinstalled M4 and upgraded only to Gnome 2.30 Factory.
graphics: Is it just on my system, or does also others experience a artifical graphic screen when shutdown from Gnome?