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Re: Thinkpad, Thinkpad, Thinkpad

Subject: Re: Thinkpad, Thinkpad, Thinkpad
From: "Joe Desbonnet"
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 15:46:44 +0100
Thanks -- the live cd tool could be very useful for testing coming up
to the next release. Perhaps we can compile a list of volunteers with
various makes of laptops to run some sort of live cd tests at the
test2 or test3 phase. I would be glad to to use my Thinkpad T41p for
testing -- as long as I'm back to a usable computer by pressing the
reset button.  Is a "fedora-laptop-list" warranted?

I had a quick look at Ubuntu 5.04 yesterday evening. There are a few
things there I think we could use:

1. They have a hardware test program which can be used to compile a
report which can be sent back to the development team, along your
comments on each of the tests.
2. There is a hardware browser (do we have something like that? I
can't find it if we do). This would be a *VERY* useful tool.


On 3/28/06, Rahul Sundaram <[email protected]> wrote:
> We have a live CD creation tool called Kadischi and some live CD's
> floating around in fedora-livecd list. Details at
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Kadischi/.
> We also have a project http://pootypedia.sourceforge.net/ which got
> sponsored by Fedora as part of Google's SOC. Unfortunately pootypedia is
> based on Kudzu while we are moving to HAL instead. Someone needs to
> combine these efforts and we need more developers to take this forward.
> Rahul

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