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This page documents common bugs in Fedora 15 and, if available, fixes or workarounds for these problems. If you find your problem in this page, do not file a bug for it, unless otherwise instructed. Where appropriate, a reference to the current bug(s) in Bugzilla is included.

Fedora 15 pre-release
Fedora 15 has not yet been released. During this pre-release period, this page will cover known issues in the Fedora 15 pre-releases. Issues that are fixed will be removed from the page once a fix is available (for instance, an issue that affects the Beta but is fixed in the final release will be removed at the time of that release).

Release Notes

Read the F15 Beta Announcement and the Fedora 15 release notes for specific information about changes in Fedora 15: known issues, and other general information.

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Installation Issues

Installation in Turkish language crashes at custom partitioning screen

link to this item - Bugzilla: #694928

Due to a bug in Python, when installing Fedora 15 Beta in Turkish, if you access the custom partitioning screen by selecting either the 'Create a custom partition layout' radio button or the 'Review and modify partitions prior to installing' checkbox at the partition options screen, the installer will crash. You can work around this issue by installing in another language (if you must use the custom partitioning screen) or by installing in Turkish but not selecting either of the options that causes the custom partitioning screen to display.

This issue will be resolved in the final Fedora 15 release.

Installer media check always fails in 32-bit Fedora 15 Beta

link to this item - Bugzilla: #692135

Due to a bug in the image checking library, the media check function of the Fedora 15 Beta installer will always fail on 32-bit images, even if the medium is in fact correct. The 64-bit images are unaffected. To work around this issue, simply do not use the media check function of the installer; you can verify the integrity of the image outside of the installer.

This issue will be resolved in the final Fedora 15 release.

Software Issues

Unable to connect to hidden wireless networks

link to this item - Bugzilla: #691139

The GNOME 3 NetworkManager configuration interface in Fedora 15 Beta (the applet by the user menu, and the control center Network entry) contain a bug which causes them to hang if you try to configure a hidden wireless network by typing in its SSID. To work around this bug, you can run the standalone configuration tool nm-connection-editor, either by running it from a console, from the alt-f2 dialog, or by finding it in the Overview (it has the name Network Connections). This tool is able to configure hidden networks correctly. This tool is a useful fallback for any situation where the GNOME 3 configuration interface is problematic or incomplete.

This issue was fixed in the updated control-center- package. To solve the issue, update your Fedora 15 Beta installation as usual. You should no longer encounter this issue after updating to that version or later of Package-x-generic-16.pngcontrol-center.

Unable to connect to Cisco AnyConnect VPN

link to this item - Bugzilla: #696107

The NetworkManager-openconnect package in Fedora 15 Beta has not been updated to work with NetworkManager 0.9, and connecting to a Cisco AnyConnect VPN is only possible using the command-line openconnect tool.

This issue was fixed in the updated NetworkManager-openconnect-0.8.1-9.git20110419.fc15 package. You should no longer encounter this issue after updating to that version of later of Package-x-generic-16.pngNetworkManager-openconnect.