Phoronix recently release article about Intel's Clear Linux with some
cool graphs showing nice performance gain compared to Xubuntu.
I didn't have time to dig in and look how it's performing against Fedora,
but I'd assume Fedora can be compared to Xubuntu in terms of compiler
I think i'll be interesting to look into it and find out if Fedora can't
tweak compiler settings (eg use LTO for critical things like Mesa, Kernel,
...). I think it could be interesting fo Fedora users to have this enabled
if there are not any disadvantages other than compile time, compile memory
usage and so on.
What do you think?
Best regards / S pozdravem,
I like to have everything on my system in a package. So, I looked around and
found no recipe or rpm for Rstudio. This is really a shame because every
tutorial on R kinda tells you to install it. Even the Coursera classes in the
Data Science track make you install it and send a screenshot to prove it.
So, I spent some time getting it packaged and working. I am placing the spec
file and necessary patch here so that google finds it and saves other people the
trouble. I'm not wanting to submit the package to Fedora because its more work
than I have time for. If anyone else wants to take it from here and submit
and/or maintain it, feel free.
I need/want/would like to build new node 6 for EL6, but gcc is too old.
For that reason, I'd like to use devtoolset-4-gcc, but the build fails
(obviously) because the package doesn't exist.
So, is there a way to make that work somehow?
I am not sure about enabling external repos during build, maybe someone
will be wiser.
Here's the build:
apitrace 5.0 bundles libbacktrace, which looks like is living within the
gcc sources. libbacktrace is not build as a shared library from the gcc
sources, and not packaged.
Is it feasible to build libbacktrace as a shared library and ship it in
a corresponding package? Or should I rather go for a bundling exception
does anyone use the xulrunner package? (and gecko-devel actually).
Mozilla does not maintain it any more and the XUL as technology is going
to be removed/deprecated. I'd like to remove the package from Fedora 24.
= Proposed Self Contained Change: IBus Emoji Typing =
* Takao Fujiwara <tfujiwar [at] redhat [dot] com>
The IBus core will provide the Emoji Unicode typing with the IBus XKB engines.
== Detailed Description ==
IBus has already provided Unicode hex codes tying with Ctrl-Shift-u and now we
think the similar implementation for the Emoji typging. With IBus XKB engines,
Emoji typing will be provided with the Emoji annotations  following Ctrl-
== Scope ==
* Proposal owners:
- IBus core provide the dictionary of the Emoji typing.
- IBus XKB engines load the Emoji dictionary.
* Other developers: N/A
* Release engineering: N/A
- List of deliverables: N/A
* Policies and guidelines: N/A
* Trademark approval: N/A
So far my idea of maintaining Fedora's iproute package was to do full
version updates only in Rawhide and backport patches selectively to
stable versions on behalf of bug reports.
But since stable versions indeed receive full kernel updates (not just
backported patches), there is an understandable amount of frustration
amongst users when the shiny new kernel that comes with e.g. F22
provides features userspace does not support.
Especially since upstream iproute2 does not really have a concept of
stable versions, I'm in a bit of a dilemma here: update to keep in sync
with the kernel or not update to not unnecessarily destabilize the
Any comments/advice are highly appreciated.
Some time back there was discussion of being able to rollback yum updates via
btrfs snapshotting. As I recall, it turned out that the default btrfs install
was not setup correctly to make this feasible (I had briefly tested it on my
machine). I haven't heard anything since - this seems like a great idea.
-- Those who don't understand recursion are doomed to repeat it
I am asking if anyone knows anything about the whereabouts of Fedora developer Kalpa Welivitigoda? He is the maintainer of unetbootin package. Bug 1229874 would need fixing, but it seems that he is not responding to the bug comments anymore. I tried to ask him about that matter via Facebook as well last Tuesday, but he doesn't seem to respond there either.
– Iiro Laiho
So 2 devel cycles ago we had this whole discussion
about how forcing people to choose strong passwords in anaconda
was making live hard for testers / test-installs and this
decision was reverted.
So now here I'm doing a F25 Fedora ARM test install, end up
in the gnome-ified first-time-setup wizzard and cannot continue
until I make my test-user password strong enough. UGH.
So can we get this fixed please, or do we need to escalate
this all the way up to FESco again ?