OSX has bugs…
When I last blogged about the 2005 iBooks with 1.5GB of RAM losing Airport Extreme connectivity, I didn’t realise this was something in regards to the software provided with the iBook itself (10.4.2 afaik). I just popped 10.4 on it (from the ADC seed) and it seemed to work well – doing the massive 10.4.3 update now. Funnily enough, 10.4 itself doesn’t support the trackpad driver *grin*.
Hey, look at /var/log/windowserver.log. There goes my apple+tabbing actions. Thats ok, Fedora will have none of that rubbish. Rawhide on the iBook g4 (ginny) is going well. It installed fine, but I did notice a quirk: the trackpad starts working when firstboot hits, but it doesn’t work at all during the install – so for that I used the Mighty Mouse. Multiple file contexts bug should be fixed with the next SELinux update.
Plague (our Fedora Extras buildsystem) now not only supports postgres/sqlite, it also does MySQL.
I tried using Mail.app for IMAP today. Its a massive failure, though from the folk that use it, they seem to love it. Long live Evolution or Thunderbird, right? Why did it fail in my eyes? It listed everything in ~/ by default – so it started indexing a lot of things I didn’t want it to. That didn’t please me at all.