On Thu, Nov 25, 2021 at 10:43 AM Florian Weimer <fweimer(a)redhat.com> wrote:
* Ben Cotton:
> == Detailed Description ==
> The ARMv7 arm architecture was the second variant of the arm
> architecture that Fedora has supported, the first was ARMv5, the third
> is aarch64. The proposal is to retire ARMv7 as part of the Fedora 37
> release. This will allow ARMv7/armhfp to be supported until the Fedora
> 36 end of life in around June 2023.
Can we do this immediately (for Fedora 36) instead?
The LPAE kernel issues won't go away. Upstream has little interest in
them. And we recently lost Systemtap probes on Arm, with no clear path
towards restoring them.
No, it took me 3 months to work this out with Arm and Arm partners.