Following the guide  I'd like to introduce myself! I'm Jie Kang, a
software engineer at Red Hat. I'd like to write an article for the
Fedora Magazine to introduce a new module in Fedora, Java Mission
Control (JMC). JMC is a powerful analysis tool for the HotSpot JVM and
is able to read Java Flight Recordings produced by the JDK. These two
technologies were open-sourced by Oracle last year and JMC has been
packaged recently for distribution as a module in Fedora . I
I'm interested in writing a short article on how to install the JMC
module on Fedora and use it to analyze running JVMs on the system or
previously created Flight Recordings. Would this be the correct type
of content for Fedora Magazine?
If you haven't seen it, there is a change to use BootloadSpec as the way
to generate entries for F30
One of the major impacts is that modifying kernel command line
arguments is now different and doesn't match most other guides.
I think a short article about the best way to set kernel command line
arguments with the new setup would be beneficial to users. I can
write something up and get it reviewed by the change owners (Peter
and Javier). I'll leave it to the editors to decide when would
be a good time to run this.
Hello everyone, I would like to continue my C# tutorial where I left it.
Second part will be variables and data structures, basically covering how
to create and define variables, the different data structures C# has and
probably explaining a little bit about the main components of a C# program.
PS: I haven been able to post more because December-January were pretty
rough with family issues.
Wish you all a happy weekend!
Just realised that we never did a post about the discourse instance,
discussion.fedoraproject.org on the magazine.
Does anyone know the status of this app? is it ready to be promoted on the
I have an idea. The article is about how to start Fedora installation
process from GRUB.
Let's suppose that you don't have physical access to a remote host and
you have to reinstall the operating system. Or let's suppose that you
have some sort of VPS and the cloud provider doesn't offer a Fedora
image. In the latter case, some providers offer the possibility to
upload and use a custom image (raw or qcow) and some others allow you
to install the operating system from a mounted ISO. In the other hand
some other providers doesn't allow you to choose an operating system
outside the provided ones, so you can't run Fedora.
I tested it on a couple of cloud providers, as well as using virt-
manager, and it works.
In short words, once provisioned the VM (running for instance CentOS)
you have to add a new menu entry in GRUB and, as documented in the
Anaconda docs, pass some options to the Compressed Linux kernel
Executable (vmlinuz) in order to start the installation process from
However I don't know if it is suitable for the Magazine or if it is
only a dirty and risky hack.
Please see here:
Can't seem to find the way to put this into "pitch" status, per the
instructions, so it's in draft status. Not sure if it's lack of access
or ignorance on my part :)
"This post describes how to use NetworkManager’s DNS plug in to have
self hosted DNS on your computer. This is especially useful when
wanting to preserve a local DNS when connecting to VPN or public
I’ve written this for my personal blog already and think it would w
ell received in Fedora Magazine:
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