Hollis Blanchard píše v Po 27. 12. 2010 v 11:08 -0800:
I don't know anything about the Fedora development process. So
someone point me to a page describing how it's supposed to work? I'm
looking for something like this:
1. Go to http://ppc.koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/builds?order=-state
and pick a broken package.
2. Run fedpkg something something to get the source.
3. Patch it.
4. Run koji something something to build with your patch.
the build check can be done locally using mock or with a scratch build
5. Once it works, send patch somewhere.
Do I need an account in the koji web interface? When I click the
"login" link I get SSL errors.
You need a Fedora account to access koji (see
), for details
about using koji see
information about fedpkg see
And when you would like to solve the issues on-line, you can join
#fedora-devel or #fedora-ppc channels on FreeNode IRC.
And regarding the patches for either the spec file or the source code -
it's more than welcome when one checks whether the problem is ppc/ppc64
(when we are in fedora/ppc) specific or big-endian specific or 64-bit
specific, etc and the potential tries to fix all architectures. It can
help us doing Fedora/s390x or the Fedora/sparc people, etc.