Fedora 15 ARM hardfp Virtual FAD (Fedora Activity Day) - FRIDAY

Nikola Pajkovsky npajkovs at redhat.com
Wed Jun 29 07:14:43 UTC 2011

Jon Masters <jcm at redhat.com> writes:

> Hi Folks,
> Join us on Friday to celebrate July with another in our series of VFADs!
> This is an awesome opportunity to participate in improving support for
> ARM processors, and to learn about architecture bootstrap. Last week, we
> successfully added a number of new packages to our bootstrap filesystem
> image and got closer to having a working F15 environment we can use to
> build official RPMs with hard floating point, on ARMv7 systems.
> It's never too soon or too late to help, and you can participate at any
> time, by following the instructions linked below - no need to wait for
> us, just let us know when you've got bits we can pull into the official
> rootfs (which is managed in git) we are building to bootstrap the rest.
> Don't forget that you can find out a lot more about the Fedora ARM
> project, and about getting involved by visiting the wiki:
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM
> Which also contains links to canned images you can use to drop onto your
> own ARM system and hit the ground running without any installation time.
> Awesomeness!
> Jon.

Refreshing news! What is pain in the ass is rhel6, because it doesn't
have qemu-system-arm. I will play around with rhel6 and qemu-system-arm.
Then I will try to build my packages for arm (if already aren't in). Is
there a list of built packages?

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