More and more Fedora people are buying the Thinkpad X13s and willing to
participate in the testing and development for the Linux support.
Some Fedora developers have already managed to successfully boot Fedora.
I would like to ask if we can create a Fedora wiki page with all
instructions to build a live USB with all needed tweaks and other infos.
By doing this, it will be easier for the testers to quickly get to a
point where they can provide useful data.
Moreover this Fedora wiki page could be also used to keep track of the
I have a freshly installed and updated Fedora 37 running on my Raspberry Pi 4G.
[jordana@pi4g ~]$ uname -a
Linux pi4g 6.0.8-300.fc37.aarch64 #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Fri Nov 11 14:38:11 UTC 2022 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux
I happily use it as my daily workstation driver but I am starting to miss my occasional video playback. I can not really make any videos working via Firefox from Youtube or BBC iPlayer.
But even the stock Videos application is giving me the error in the subject on the Apple trailer videos shipping with the build.
Is video playback supported on Raspberry Pi please?
# F37 Blocker Review meeting
# Date: 2022-11-07
# Time: **15:00** UTC
# Location: #fedora-blocker-review on irc.libera.chat
Hi folks! We have 1 proposed blocker and 1 proposed freeze exception to
review, so let's have a review meeting.
Note that clocks went back in North America this weekend, so the
meeting time is one hour earlier in UTC. If your clocks went back this
weekend, the meeting will be the same time as before in your local
time. If your clocks didn't change, the meeting will be one hour
earlier in your local time.
If you have time this weekend, you can take a look at the proposed or
accepted blockers before the meeting - the full lists can be found
here: https://qa.fedoraproject.org/blockerbugs/ .
Remember, you can also now vote on bugs outside of review meetings! If
you look at the bug list in the blockerbugs app, you'll see links
labeled "Vote!" next to all proposed blockers and freeze exceptions.
Those links take you to tickets where you can vote.
https://pagure.io/fedora-qa/blocker-review has instructions on how
exactly you do it. We usually go through the tickets shortly before the
meeting and apply any clear votes, so the meeting will just cover bugs
where there wasn't a clear outcome in the ticket voting yet. **THIS
MEANS IF YOU VOTE NOW, THE MEETING WILL BE SHORTER!**
We'll be evaluating these bugs to see if they violate any of the
Release Criteria and warrant the blocking of a release if they're not
fixed. Information on the release criteria for F36 can be found on the
For more information about the Blocker and Freeze exception process,
check out these links:
And for those of you who are curious how a Blocker Review Meeting
works - or how it's supposed to go and you want to run one - check out
the SOP on the wiki:
Have a good night and see you tomorrow!
IRC: adamw | Twitter: adamw_ha
Just as a short info:
Could successful boot Fedora F37 rc 1.6 & kernel 6.0.5-300 on a Radxa Rock Pi 4a, including access to the NVMe storage device with the server image
Same is true for an update of F36 to kernel 6.0.5-200