We were looking at packaging FSL for NeuroFedora. It's a very commonly
used tool in NeuroImaging.
However, the License that the Oxford University has released it under
has certain clauses that make me unsure if it is OK for inclusion in
Fedora. Could someone please have a look?
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD" (He / Him / His) | https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Ankursinha
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I was working on getting tensorflow compiled within the *RISCV *Fedora
I am using the latest release 32 build.
Currently I am unable to install the dependent library, scipy due to the
same not being available for python 3.8.1 which is currently installed.
*[riscv@fedora-riscv ~]$ sudo dnf install python3-scipyLast metadata
expiration check: 0:22:10 ago on Sat 16 May 2020 12:02:37 PM
EDT.Error: Problem: conflicting requests - nothing provides
libpython3.7m.so.1.0()(64bit) needed by
python3-scipy-1.1.0-3.0.riscv64.fc29.riscv64 - nothing provides
python(abi) = 3.7 needed by
python3-scipy-1.1.0-3.0.riscv64.fc29.riscv64(try to add '--skip-broken' to
skip uninstallable packages)*
*[riscv@fedora-riscv ~]$ cat /etc/redhat-releaseFedora release 32
(Rawhide)[riscv@fedora-riscv ~]$ python3 --versionPython 3.8.1*
Can you please let me know if we can have the same soon?
In March llvm7.0 which had been orphaned for some reason, got retired.
Unfortunately I missed the warning mails that Miro sent here.
llvm7.0 is needed for aarch64 ghc:8.8,
and for ghc-8.8.3 planned for F33.
So I would like to unretire llvm7.0.