The Fedora ARM team is pleased to announce that the Fedora 17 GA release
for ARM is now available for download from:
The GA release includes prebuilt images for Versatile Express (QEMU), Trimslice,
Beagleboard xM, Pandaboard, Kirkwood Plugs, Highbank and iMX based hardware platforms.
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On behalf of the Fedora ARM team,
I'm working on perl upgrade in rawhide
(https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/perl5.16) and I'm happy I'm
almost finished with rebuilding all perl packages into special f18-perl
build root in Koji.
That means I will merge the f18-perl build root back to f18 very
soon (in a few days). I believe this will be safe and sound operation
and you should not notice any harm.
The only issue I forsee is a few notifications about broken dependencies
(mainly unsatisfied perl(:MODULE_COMPAT_5.14.*)). There will be two
groups of packages hit by this problem:
(1) Packages that have been upgraded in standard f18 build root since
rebuild in f18-perl. You do not need to take care about them. I will fix
them by rebuilding them again.
(2) Packages that could not been rebuilt because of some bug. I know
about them. They are 15 in total and I will file FTBFS bugs for them into
devel-announce mailing list
I'm having trouble logging into the Koji website.
I ran "fedora-packager-setup" on the command line and generated my certs,
including the browser cert for Firefox. I then followed the instructions on
the wiki to import the cert into my browser.
When clicking "login" on Koji it asks if I would like to use my imported
certificate to log in. After clicking "Ok" the website spins trying to
connect and is not able to do so.
Did I miss a step? Anyone had this happen? Btw, I am able to use the Koji
command line tool just fine.
I'm again offering a review for trade. You'll review this one and I'll
* https://bugzilla.redhat.com/823170 - leveldb - A fast and
lightweight key/value database library by Google
This is a C++ library intended for the developers. I added autotools
build system and built it as a shared library. It also has known
issues on a secondary arches (I'm working on it). The package is one
of the requirements for Riak.
With best regards, Peter Lemenkov.
opencv-2.4.1 is already in Rawhide git, but not built yet, which will be
done in few days though. Since 2.4.1 bumps soname, the following
packages need to be rebuilt:
Unfortunately, I'm not able to do the rebuild by myself, so I'd like to
ask maintainers to do so after opencv-2.4.1 is built, which will be
announce here as well.
Thanks for collaboration.