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Re: [opensuse-gnome] G:S:2.26 status
  • From: Stephen Shaw <sshaw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2009 00:38:21 -0600
  • Message-id: <bae3a6310904092338k748a1428p4823e9c1aff4ffeb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 4:00 PM, Vincent Untz <vuntz@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

So after today's meeting (and the various things that people did after),
I think we have a better view of the G:S:2.26 status.

It looks like most issues just come from the fact that people were not
using all packages from G:S:2.26. By default the updates repository has
a priority of 20 while the repositories you manually add (like G:S:2.26)
have a priority of 99. At least that's what I had on my test install.
And the lowest value means highest priority. So we need to document this
clearly. Do we have a wiki page explaining how to install GNOME 2.26?

Federico updated the X server in G:B:2.26, so the 100% CPU bug should
also be gone.

That leaves us with the gnome-keyring issue and nothing else, as far as
I know. Still waiting for a stack trace :-)

Sorry. I'm still working on it. When it crashed today I got nothing,
but I think that was my fault. I did notice that evolution was making
calls to it constantly. 1 or more a second. I can't imagine that
that is good for performance


For all other bugs you encounter, please file them and add them to this
(well, try to avoid filing upstream bugs there, but just the really
annoying bugs that make G:S:2.26 not a good experience)


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