I want a Fedora-ARM t-shirt!
Anyone else interested in getting some made up? Any ideas on design?
(One idea that crossed my mind was a medium blue shirt with "Fedora ARM"
on the sleeve, but maybe that's too subtle :-)
I missed on all the fun today, but I guess I still can bring in some useful stuff.
Support for perl openssl gettext popt glib2 pkgconfig
We're currently in the process of signing packages for Fedora 13 with plans to release Fedora 13 ARM RC1 nearing the end of this week.
We would like to get users of Fedora 13 ARM together for a go/nogo meeting on the IRC in #fedora-arm. This meeting take place on June 23rd at 16:30 UTC.
If anyone is unable to attend, please by all means forward your feedback to the list and we'll make sure its discussed.
I know that some of you have an Efika Smartbook
(http://www.genesi-usa.com/products/smartbook) and am interested in
your opinions on it. I'm looking to getting one myself, but only if
there are positive experiences with it.
My normal usage of such a netbook would be some browsing, emailing and
some development (mainly with vim) while traveling. I assume that the
10" display is just big enough for it (a 7" EeePC is a little too
Things I'd like some information on:
- Will XFCE run without major issues?
- How is the keyboard, are the keys (much) smaller than a standard
- Is the display good readable when sitting outside, possibly in the sun?
- Any other pros/cons you can think of.
Based on what we've got built and what we want to have built, I wrote
a perl script to "rpm -qp --requires" all the remaining SRPMs and try
to group them according to what could be built next based on resolved
dependencies. Packages are groups by what can be built in parallel.
There are a few circular dependencies I noted below, but even so,
there is a tangle at the end that still needs to be resolved.
acl gawk gettext libattr libtool
attr gettext libtool
elfutils bison bzip2 flex gcc gettext glibc-headers xz zlib
expat autoconf automake check libtool
less autoconf automake libtool ncurses pcre
libmpc gmp mpfr texinfo
lua ncurses readline
perl db4 gdbm groff procps rsyslog systemtap-sdt tcsh zlib
popt doxygen gettext graphviz
shadow-utils audit-libs libacl libattr libselinux
sqlite /usr/bin/tclsh autoconf glibc ncurses readline tcl
setup bash perl tcsh
tzdata gawk glibc glibc-common java perl
now build pkgconfig without glib
e2fsprogs libblkid libselinux libsepol libuuid pkgconfig texinfo
libidn gettext pkgconfig
nss-util gawk nspr perl pkgconfig psmisc zlib
now build python without openssl
ca-certificates java-openjdk perl python rcs
cracklib autoconf automake gettext gettext-autopoint libtool python words
file python zlib
libxml2 pkgconfig python zlib
pam audit-libs autoconf automake bison cracklib cracklib-dicts db4
docbook-dtds docbook-style-xsl flex gettext libselinux libtool
libxslt linuxdoc-tools perl pkgconfig sed w3m
libcap libattr pam
now build nss and nss-softokn together
rpm bzip2 db4 elfutils elfutils-libelf fakechroot file gawk gettext
libacl libcap libselinux libsemanage lua ncurses nss nss-softokn-freebl
popt python readline redhat-rpm-config xz zlib
gamin : glib2
glib2 : gamin
krb5 : openldap openssl
cyrus-sasl : krb5 openldap openssl
openldap : cyrus-sasl krb5 openssl
openssl : krb5
shared-mime-info : glib2
libssh2 : openssl
audit : openldap
Sorry I've been late/slow to reply here, this is my first post and had temporarily unsubscribed from the mailing list so I couldn't post. Anyway, I've been working with Chris on the styrene project which is supposed to help with the build process as much as it can. Right now it is able to populate an SQL DB with PA srpms and their deps, find deps that have 0+ deps satisfied and attempt to build them and then provide an HTML style visual output for the user so they can see what packages are built, ready, waiting or in error. The project can be found in git at the following address:
Sorry again for being late here, just been really busy working out the bugs/features.
Jon C (fossjon)