On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 1:43 PM, Gary Martin <garycmartin(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
> On 26 Mar 2012, at 17:30, Gary Martin wrote:
>> On 26 Mar 2012, at 16:24, Daniel Drake <dsd(a)laptop.org> wrote:
>>> On Sat, Mar 24, 2012 at 4:56 PM, Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> The release is our first combined 12.1.0 / Fedora 17 release, such a
>>>> small release but represents so much time by so many people in both
>>>> OLPC and Fedora in the ARM side of things to get a "hardfp" ARM
>>> Thanks everyone for all the feedback so far!
>> Just noticed that on the XO-1, the laptop power button doesn't trigger the usual sleep/shutdown full screen UI. Works fine on the XO-1.75.
> Sorry, just one more heads-up, while I bump into it (please shout if there's more appropriate channel than this mail thread):
> The XO-1.75 test unit I have here with the touch screen layer is no longer responding to screen touch input with the 12.1.0 dev build 5, it works fine on 11.3.1 build 31. Have been looking into the on-screen keyboard overlay, added to GNOME 3.2  (originally a GSoC 2011 project by Nohemi Fernandez, mentored by Dan Winship), to see if it's an option we can adapt for Sugar.
It should be fixed in the next release which will be out in the next
couple of days or you can grab the latest rpm of olpc-kbd from arm
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So someone in another channel mentioned the OpenSuse Build System (OBS) and I was looking around there and noticed they had like this bar graph of the current tasks being built. They said that there's no real way of truly determining when a process will finish but they can estimate it based on previous results. So I wanted to try and make one for all of our Koji instances just to see if it was possible. Anyway, if my previous-logs-size comparison is somewhat correct, here's my result if my server is still up:
On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 6:41 AM, Yioryos Asprobounitis
> --- On Mon, 3/26/12, James Cameron <quozl(a)laptop.org> wrote:
>> From: James Cameron <quozl(a)laptop.org>
>> Subject: Re: 12.1.0 devel build 5 released, for the XO-1, XO-1.5 and XO-1.75
>> To: "Walter Bender" <walter.bender(a)gmail.com>
>> Cc: olpc(a)lists.fedoraproject.org, arm(a)lists.fedoraproject.org, devel(a)lists.laptop.org
>> Date: Monday, March 26, 2012, 10:51 PM
>> On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 10:14:57PM
>> -0400, Walter Bender wrote:
>> > On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 6:30 PM, Mikus Grinbergs <mikus(a)bga.com>
>> > > FYI - odd:
>> > >
>> > > I have an (ext2) USB stick. ?On Linux, or on
>> pre-12.1.0 XO1/XO1.5, -- that
>> > > stick gets automounted as /media/CAVE
>> > >
>> > > On 12.1.0.- os5 - XO 1.5 -- that stick gets
>> automounted as
>> > > ?/run/media/olpc/CAVE
>> > This is due to the new filesystem reorg in Fedora 17.
>> There's a few things to change in documentation then, not
>> just ours, but
>> also for deployments. Should we customise our Fedora
>> 17 builds to use
>> the old name instead? Or release note it?
> Customization maybe needed.
> On XO-1/os5 usb sticks are not automouted. /run/media is generated but nothing further. The stick does not show in the frame or the gnome desktop. Does show under Places>Computer but mount fails with operation not supported.
> SDcards do not generate a /run/media (or any other I could find) entry and do not show anywhere on sugar or gnome.
> Both sticks and cards mount fine with `sudo mount <device> <path>'
> These are with ext2/3 formated sticks and cards
If things are not auto mounted or don't appear in sugar or gnome they
are bugs that need to be investigated and not necessarily things that
need to be customised. There's a lot more that has changed from Fedora
14 -> Fedora 17 than just the usrmove changes so it's extremely likely
there are regressions that need investigating, it's a massive jump and
there are a lot of underlying system level changes from systemd,
usrmove, removal of consolekit, gnome-3 just to name but a few.