cannot locate Kickstart (*.ks) file for Fedora Scientific 37 or 38
I followed the link, but the link for the kickstart file for Fedora Labs
Scientific version states the link is retired.
Do you know where I can find the kickstart file for Fedora Labs
Scientific 37 or 38 or the complete list of packages that are installed
in this Labs version of Fedora?
I started here:
Then, I went here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Scientific_Spin
Then, I clicked that link above, which is here:
And, when I go there, I am greeted by a statement, which reads,
"fedorahosted.org was retired on March 1st, 2017. If you are viewing
this page, odds are it's after that date and you have been redirected
here by attempting to go to some project on fedorahosted.org.”
1 month, 2 weeks
openmpi 5.0.0 drops 32-bit support
by Orion Poplawski
As a heads up - openmpi 5.0.0 drops support for 32-bit builds . I'm
not sure how far away it is from release - we're on rc10 at the moment.
Affected packages seem to be:
Personally I've been planning on dropping 32-bit support in a buch of
packages I maintain in this stack like vtk, paraview, etc. This seems
like as good a driver for it as any.
That said, packages that build serial and parallel versions don't need
to drop 32-bit support completely, just for the openmpi builds.
1 - https://github.com/open-mpi/ompi/pull/11282
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1 month, 3 weeks