On Sun, Apr 25, 2010 at 3:15 PM, Hristo Petkov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The OS should provide absolute control on the hardware with full functionality.
> This can be used as a competitive advantage in the design and development.
> When people buy some hardware they expect to get the most out of it.
> If the OS could not manage with this requirement - people start looking for alternatives.
> Thus for example I have installed hplip 3.10.2 fc11 and it gives a bug report when shutting down the computer that hp-systray is crashed (whatever this may mean) and I have no idea of how to fix it. I have tried various things without success (to manage with the bug). The printer however is working normally.
> Just for the record, the Ubuntu forums are reporting similar problem.
> It is amazing that with hplip 3.9.12 the absolutely same hardware with absolutely the same Distro (fc11) from the very same Live CD worked 'without remarks'.
> The idea is when a development is done one should be very careful to avoid 'downgrading' things meanwhile.
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