11 October 2011 by Lars
Getting fed up with Fedora 15
- bluetooth not working – after so many years of it “just working” on SUSE, this seems a huge step backward
- at some point, the Gnome 3 network manager died – could no longer connect – had to do the work around with nm-config-whatever, but: failure..
Ultimately, the only reason that I went with Fedora 15 was that the touchscreen worked on the X220t. But I might not have been patient enough, since the same version of Xorg (1.10) also lives in the cutting-edge openSUSE repositories for 11.4, so it might have worked.
I may try a simple install of 11.4 next weekend, and if it works, I’ll go back to openSUSE/Gnome 2.3/fully functional laptop….