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I have updated the package sundials to the latest upstream version
(2.6.0) on rawhide (only) today.
repoquery indicates bionetgen (zbyszek) and ascend (sagitter) depend
$ repoquery --whatrequires sundials
* ascend builds fine. scratch build here -
I can build this for rawhide if you (sagitter) wish.
* bionetgen fails to build from source
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"The heights by great men reached and kept
were not attainted by sudden flight,
but they while their companions slept,
were toiling upward in the night"
-- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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With an unfortunate issue related to xorg-x11-drv-ati on AMD A10
7400P, I am unable to run Gnome on X session without "nomodeset"
Current option is to use Gnome on Wayland which lead to an issue with
Touchpad. I don't know if the support of Touchpad is implemented within
libinput, I am unable to use it on0 ASUS X550ZE.
Granted there is workaround to emulate the touchpad as mouse, hopefully
libinput will allow the support out of box without thinkering.
Graphic & Web Designer
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>>>>> "ML" == Mark Lamourine <markllama(a)redhat.com> writes:
ML> Is there a recommended way to retrieve, extract and track the files
ML> so that they can be compiled into the gzipped tarball which can then
ML> be included in a package?
I cannot think of anything in existing Fedora policy which would permit
You can, of course, depend upon all of those packages and build what you
need at runtime. I believe some of the guestfs stuff works that way.