If you have played around with the nice game called Potata Guy, this
one is similar and lets you create pretty nifty and cute avatars. Take
a look at the screenshot section for the basic idea. Email encompass AT
gmail.com if you are interested in packaging it. Holler if you need any
I will be conducting a workshop on autotools this coming Saturday at
the FAD, as mentioned in the wiki. I wanted to know if anyone has any
C project in mind that they would like autotoolized. I can model my
workshop based on that project. A good example would be some code
which has subdirectories and requires an external library. If it has
some documentation, it will be perfect.
If there are no suggestions, I will have to choose one of the packages
I have already autotoolized or maybe build an example myself.
We have uploaded all photos now for
"Fedora 13 Release celebration at ElectroMech, Ahmedabad photos"
Thanks Tejas again.
Redhat Channel Partner and Training Partner
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Nr. Mansi cross Road,
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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Help us with reviewing automated tests
Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 14:47:48 +0200
From: Josef Skladanka <jskladan(a)redhat.com>
Reply-To: For testers of Fedora development releases
To: For testers of Fedora development releases
as a member of Fedora QA team, I'd like to ask you, our precious
community members, to help us with reviewing (and possibly creating) new
I'm not sure, if you're familliar with the awesome AutoQA project
<https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/AutoQA> - a Python based framework we
use for automated testing. At the moment, we have tests focused on
package/repo sanity some anaconda and install tests.
Lately we started to work on tests which check LSB compliance of
initscripts in Fedora. We already have some 'upstream' in the running
AutoQA environment (e.g. openssh [output
but there are more to be reviewed and pushed 'upstream'.
I've created a wiki page
<https://fedorahosted.org/autoqa/wiki/initscripts> which describes how
could you help. I'll appreciate any feedback, and I'll be more than
happy if you choose to participate on reviewing the test, so we all can
benefit from having the initscripts LSB compliant, and maybe you'll get
so interested in automated testing, that you'll decide to help us with
developing the AutoQA and automating all kinds of tests.
test mailing list
I am using fedora 11 , and try to implement john the ripper (JTR)
password cracker in the system, downloaded and install it from yum repo ,
but it is not working
I use something like
# unshadow /etc/passwd /etc/shadow > password.txt
No password hashes loaded
I know that fedora uses most probably MD5 hashing so I downloaded a patch
but I am so stupid that I could not apply it properly .
If any of you tried this before plz inform me the procedures step by step .
CSE 3rd year
Kalyani Govt. Engg. College
I have installed matlab on f 12 machine,the path to installation files being
While trying to run through terminal the following error message appears:
/matlab/bin/glnx86/MATLAB: error while loading shared libraries: libut.so:
cannot enable executable stack as shared object requires: Permission denied
The similar message appeared when i installed Open Office.org on Fedora 12
game spin and tried to run it using terminal.