I just pushed a couple fixes for MM live. The metalinks for F11 ISOs
were failing to get created, because the code had a hard-coded length
check when parsing the CHECKSUM file, based on the md5 and sha1
lengths; obviously SHA256 checksums are longer. Whoops. Fixed on
bapp1, so in a couple hours, it should be visible on
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I don't know if this belongs to here, redirect me, if I'm wrong...
After running 'yum info cmake', the result is:
Name : cmake
Architektur : x86_64
Version : 2.6.4
Ausgabe : 1.fc10
Grösse : 6.4 M
Repo : updates
Trying to install failed, because the "1.fc10". With "1.fc11" it should
Is this issue maybe coming from the previously mentioned "pg_restore
command" or more a yum or whatever issue?
So without knowing it we started using AGPLv3 code in our environment
recently for fedora community and moksha. In the past I think all of our
stuff has been GPL(ish) mostly GPLv2 (toshio correct me if I'm wrong
I want to make sure we're all aware of what we can and can'd do as far as
mixing the code between the two as this could be very unfortunate.
Luke, you described the AGPLv3 as "crucial". Can you let the rest of us
know why the GPLv2 wouldn't work?
Toshio, also would you mind doing some grunt work and see what we've
comitted to with mixing code?
Just so that this is documented somewhere:
I accidentally ran the following command in
/backups/postgres/db3.fedora.phx.redhat.com on db3 (I was expecting
something else to be in my paste buffer):
vim sudo createdb -T template1 koji && pg_restore --use-set-session-authorization -d koji koji.db
As a result, the pg_restore command ran for a moment before I ctrl-ced
it. This caused some sequences in the database to be reset, and I'm not
exactly sure what else could have happened in that short time. mbonnet
took a look at it and fixed up the sequences, but keep an eye out for
anything else that could have happened here.
Sorry for the trouble - I'll be more careful next time :-(
I created soem documentation on using Asterisk with Fedora Talk based on
my experience with getting it working this past weekend. If any of you
are interested in reviewing it, you can see it at:
Assuming you guys don't have a problem with it, I'll see if the docs people
want to turn it into real (instead of draft) documentation.
As a member of the Fedora Project, I have an OpenID as part of the
Fedora Account System, but when I try signing into Stack Overflow
with my URL  it fails with the following error:
Unable to log in with your OpenID provider:
OpenID parameter 'session_type' was missing from the query.
According the discussion over on the Fedora Project wiki page  it
used to work some months ago but doesn't now. I'd like to contribute
to Stack Overflow, can anybody offer any hints as to how to get this
To the Stack Overflow guys: I also sent this to the
fedora-infrastructure-list.  It's possible you might need to sign
up in order to post to that list, but if you don't want to sign up,
I'd be happy to pass messages along.
 - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/OpenID
 - http://mbooth.id.fedoraproject.org
 - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Talk:OpenID
 - https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-infrastructure-list