Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 11:21:25AM CEST, kedars(a)marvell.com wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: fedora-arm-bounces(a)redhat.com [mailto:fedora-arm-
> bounces(a)redhat.com] On Behalf Of Peter Lemenkov
> Sent: 25 June 2009 11:05
> To: fedora-arm(a)redhat.com
> Subject: [fedora-arm] Ok, my ARM machine works quite well, but
> how can I help you?
> I finished setup of my arm machine (and will try to install
> fedora on
> another one in the nearest future), but how can I help you?
> Seems that
> significant part of applications is still missing from F-10
You can directly use Fedora-ARM koji with your Fedora credentials. You just have to
instruct koji to use the arm koji hub.
Currently from an f11 bootstrap perspective, we have been building packages within the
dist-f11-build-bs tag. This will soon be merged back into the dist-f11 tag.
You can build packages within dist-f11-build-bs as of now. It should have a decent enough
set of -devel packages.
Currently there are three types of issues we are dealing with as we attempt to build more
* Bootstrapping new pkgs from scratch, on Fedora-ARM
* Build Failures of newer versions
* Dependency Failures (cyclical etc.)
It seems we haven't yet attempted to build quite a few of the packages that you
own/maintain on Fedora. Feel free to schedule builds on the arm koji hub for any of these,
or other packages that interest you (Please build these for f11 as of now. For f12, the
glibc-2.10 is yet to be bootstrapped).
> (as well as in F-11, which even has broken updates repository,
> btw) -
> can I do something with it?
Yes, it's known, it'll be fixed soon, before the Fedora-ARM 11 announcement.
> Also, I plan to provide instructions on how to set up fedora on
> Western Digital's MyBook (and, probably, pre-built
> bootloader(s) and
I want to do the same for Beagleboard. Also I'm thinking about adding kernel rpm
directly for Beagle. Is there any activity to build board-specific kernels?
Cool, lets put it in a wiki page under the Fedora-ARM page, which hosts instructions for
setting up various boards.
Can you point me an url? Thanks.
> With best regards!
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