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karma

Works here (x86_64: OpenLDAP/krb5, i686: AD).

karma

Bug #1216264 is fixed. Thanks!

Just an official note that I was unable to get this to work on two i686 machines (one upgrade form 0.6.1, the other clean install in Fedora Live). I'm not going to give it a -1 at this point, but it would be good to know which configuration worked.

Bug #1243680.

Well, -1 here (in bodhi) means "has a regression", so that is what I used. Isn't the point of putting packages into testing to find out if something got broken? AFAICT, this is not a security update, so nobody should get compromised as a result of my -1.

Languages being shown as unknown is actually present in the previous version as well, but at least replacing words that are not spelled properly works.

Actually, I'm going to change this to -1. Something happened to spell checking. Languages are shown as Unknown and replacing misspelled words does not work in mail compose window any more.

Seems to work (imap+, ews).

karma

Works in general use (authoritative, recursive).

karma

Works on x86_64 and i686.

karma

Works on x86_64 and i686.

New build works: laptop, server.

karma

Works on x86_64 and i686.

Broke my server which has NetworkManager-config-server installed. The loopback interface (although properly configured in ifcfg-lo) did not get an IPv4 address, which then failed a whole bunch of other services. Reverting back to 1.0.2-1 immediately fixed the problem

karma

Works, but doesn't say whether bug #1170765 was patched. Was it?

karma

Works on i686 and x86_64.

karma

No regressions: x86_64, i686.

karma

Works on x86_64 and i686. Bug 1218688 fixed on ThinkPad T510.

karma

Works on x86_64.

karma

Boots on x86_64 and i686.