Two easy reviews. These are required to update to sagemath-6.8.
[I will work to update to sagemath-6.9...]
rw - Program that calculates rank-width and rank-decompositions
rw is a program that calculates rank-width and rank-decompositions.
It is based on ideas from "Computing rank-width exactly" by Sang-il Oum,
"Sopra una formula numerica" by Ernesto Pascal, "Generation of a Vector
from the Lexicographical Index" by B.P. Buckles and M. Lybanon and
"Fast additions on masked integers" by Michael D. Adams and David S. Wise.
planarity - Implementations of several planarity-related graph algorithms
This code project provides a library for implementing graph algorithms
as well as implementations of several planarity-related graph algorithms.
The origin of this project is the reference implementation for the Edge
Addition Planarity Algorithm, which is now the fastest and simplest
linear-time method for planar graph embedding and planarity obstruction
isolation (i.e. Kuratowski subgraph isolation).
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today i'm not able to review any package because of 'fedora-review'.
Pratically, always appears an info like "Install command returned
error code 30"
> fedora-review -m fedora-rawhide-i386 -b ... INFO: Processing
> bugzilla bug: ... INFO: Getting .spec and .srpm Urls from : ...
> INFO: --> SRPM url: http://....src.rpm INFO: --> Spec url:
> http://....spec INFO: Using review directory: /home/sagitter/...
> INFO: Downloading .spec and .srpm files ... ... INFO: Running
> checks and generating report INFO: Results and/or logs in:
> /home/sagitter/.../results INFO: Build completed INFO: Installing
> built package(s) INFO: Install command returned error code 30
> <------------------------ INFO: Active plugins: Generic,
> Shell-api, C/C++
and, above all, 'htop' shows a
> python3 dnf .. -resolve 'something' python3 dnf .. -resolve
> 'something else'
(where 'something' are the BuildRequires packages) that runs over and
The result directory of fedora-review contains an empty 'review.txt'
file but package is built correctly.
Has anyone else this problem?
mailto: sagitter 'at' fedoraproject 'dot' org
GPG Key: 0x565E653C
Check on https://keys.fedoraproject.org/
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According to  predictable interface naming can be disabled with a
symlink to /dev/null or by providing net.ifnames=0 on the kernel command
line. It seems like symlinking to /dev/null isn't working any more.
Is symlinking to /dev/null supposed to still work? We are seeing this on
Atomic Cloud images where the symlink is in place but net.ifnames=0
isn't on the cmd line so we are getting ens* interface names.