How can I help with the F18 build - are there some failing packages
that are holding everything up?
At the moment I can't make OLPC images because of these failures:
1:gnash-plugin-0.8.10-3.fc18.armv7hl requires libboost_iostreams.so.1.48.0
1:gnash-0.8.10-3.fc18.armv7hl requires libboost_serialization-mt.so.1.48.0
1:gnash-0.8.10-3.fc18.armv7hl requires libboost_program_options-mt.so.1.48.0
1:gnash-0.8.10-3.fc18.armv7hl requires libboost_iostreams-mt.so.1.48.0
1:gnash-0.8.10-3.fc18.armv7hl requires libboost_date_time-mt.so.1.48.0
1:gnash-0.8.10-3.fc18.armv7hl requires libboost_thread-mt.so.1.48.0
I fixed up gnash in mainline a week ago so I'm surprised it hasn't
been built yet.
Also yesterday I built in mainline:
and these got pushed and mirrored out to updates-testing really
quickly. But the apparently-idle ARM build farm hasn't built them yet.
How can I help fix this?
I'm bench-marking a code in a BeagleBoard clone and would like to
disable CPU frequency scaling. The methods I found are:
echo performance | sudo tee
(for Ubuntu ARM, file not found in Fedora ARM)
chkconfig --level 2345 cpuspeed off
(also file not found)
/usr/bin/cpufreq-selector -g performance
(from package gnome-applets, requires GNOME and I'm running in text mode only)
I also found this unanswered related message
So, how do I disable CPU frequency scaling in Fedora ARM from the console?