Since the last announcement of F-11 packages, a large number of packages have further been built. There currently are above 9000 rpms in the Fedora-11 repositories. Our effort has been to make available the following package groups:
The Fedora-11 updates for a large set of packages are also now available.
For Fedora-12, we would like to start tracking packages preferably when all the shared lib .so version updates are settled for f12 (thus avoiding any additional rebuild cycles at our end). Most likely this will happen by the Fedora-12 Beta Freeze date (29 Sept, in 3/4 days).
I have built kernel 2.6.31-rc7 (vanilla) for the Kirkwood platform
(sheevaplug, qnap 19, ...). Quite a lot of stuff is enabled and
built as modules (even USB) so the kernel image is under 2MB in size.
You can download the kernel uImage, modules and the kernel config from
http://fedora.danny.cz/arm/ The kernel alone boots well with the rootfs,
but I still have some issues when init ramdisk is used.
as I see in the configs for the prebuilt qemu kernels:
Does this mean that a serial port like that of qemu (isn't it like a
16550?) doesn't work? I'd like to use "-nographic". I can't manage to
get any output using "-nographic -append console=ttyS0".
2009/8/29 Lluís Batlle <viriketo(a)gmail.com>:
> 2009/8/29 Steve Grubb <sgrubb(a)redhat.com>:
>> On Friday 28 August 2009 05:21:01 pm Lluís Batlle wrote:
>>> > I don't know if the filesystem image has this by default, but
>>> > configuring an agetty process on ttyS0 is really helpful.
>>> > /sbin/agetty -L ttyS0 115200
>>> > This way you can log in through the USB serial link.
>>> The fedora 10 I tried (I downloaded its rootfs) already 'somehow'
>>> provided a agetty in ttyS0.
>> Having a getty for login should be taken care of by default. This is how you
>> have to get in at first. Openssh is not setup.
> I got in by openssh.
I got in by openssh. I was using nfsroot, but I don't think I changed
anything more in the boot files other than setting a static ip.