[fedora-arm] OpenOffice RPMs

Gordan Bobic gordan at bobich.net
Thu Dec 30 09:40:48 UTC 2010

On 12/30/2010 04:43 AM, omalleys at msu.edu wrote:
> Quoting Gordan Bobic <gordan at bobich.net>:
>> On 12/29/2010 10:39 PM, Rich Mattes wrote:
>>>>> The plan is to finish 13, do 14, then 15. As I believe some or most of
>>>>> the bugs if they are getting pushed upstream should be worked out.?
>>>> The point I was making was that by the time we report bugs to the
>>>> mainline Fedora, the version of Fedora we are reporting against is
>>>> already EOL-ed, because there is such a huge gap betwen a Fedora
>>>> release
>>>> becoming available for x86 and the ARM rootfs (not even a complete
>>>> port)
>>>> being available.
>>>> This typically means the bugs immediately get marked as WONTFIX with a
>>>> note saying "check the latest release and raise a new bug against that"
>>>> - which we can't do because we're too far behind in the ARM land.
>>> Fedora 12 is what's currently available, from a previous ARM port
>>> effort. It's not supported anymore. The ARM SIG is targeting F13 (now
>>> bootable:
>>> http://paulfedora.wordpress.com/2010/12/15/fedora-13-arm-alpha-root-file-system/)
>>> and onward.
>> It seems the metadata is broken on some of the packages in the F13 koji
>> repository. The URLs list a host as "hongkong" which is clearly not
>> going to resolve. Any chance of a fix? The packages in question are
>> pretty important for a usable build system.
> I put it on Paul Whalen blog like a week ago. I just overrode it.
> in /etc/hosts put
> arm.koji.fedoraproject.org hongkong

Hmm... Not so good if you're behind a transparent proxy... :(


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