On Thu, 3 Sep 2009, Karanbir Singh wrote: > I dont think you actually read my last email, searching for it is not > the same as reporting it. Go look once again, then close your new report > as a dupe of the existing one. Then I suggest a big SEARCH: directly on the front page so its possible to find stuff. Thats why I added a new, no search. Im quite used that bug tracking systems sucks so Im not suprised when I dont find a search. So I dont look too long to find one. Now I see that I get a Search when I click on "Unassigned" for example. It cant possible be worse with a SEARCH directly on http://bugs.centos.org. I promise. > yes there is, if its not a local centos issue, its still good for people > to be able to track it here, and yet be able to link upstream - in many > cases, helping the upstream developers with testing and potential fix's. Ok, then I'll do that. > if you really really want them fixed, go out and buy a subscription to > rhel. or propose patches along with the reports. No. However, if I happend to work where the company got a subscription to RHEL I WILL file a bug report. And will NOT GIVE UP until Redhat has fixed it. The damn bug has existed for like 5-10 years.