On Sat, Jul 2, 2011 at 1:39 PM, Niels de Vos <devos(a)fedoraproject.org>wrote:
On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 10:32:30PM +0100, Andrew Haley wrote:
> On 30/06/11 20:43, Paul Whalen wrote:
> > We are pleased to offer a new and perhaps final release of Fedora 13
ARM. If your upgrading from beta3, run a yum update and you will pull in a
new fedora-release package that will include the new key for RC1 as well as
new repository files. You will need to do some small house keeping in order
to use the new repo:
> > mv /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora.repo.rpmnew /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora.repo
> > You may also need to run:
> > yum clean all
> > The RC1 repository has been rsync’d to the mirrors to improve bandwidth
and take some of the load off the ARM Koji hub.
> > For those who would like to start fresh, the RC1 root filesystem is
> > Packages are currently building for the f13-updates repository and it
should come online next week. It will also be rsync’d to the mirrors and
will be updated as packages are built successfully. If you would like to
read more about the new tool being used to build updates you can visit Jon
> > blog (
> > If you would like to provide feedback on the release, have questions on
usage or comments, please feel free to drop by #fedora-arm on Freenode, or
to the Fedora ARM Mailing list – arm(a)lists.fedoraproject.org.
> I have a number of packages that make OpenJDK work. Unfortunately, I
> still don't know who to send them to.
This is something that remains unclear to me as well. How do the fixes
needed to build the updates (or the original f13 packages) get included?
Can the patches be included in the fedora packages (git) repository,
even when f13 is EOL?
Generally no. The patches should be pushed upstream into rawhide/F-15/F14
and koji admins can build patched rpms for the F-13 release if necessary. My
understanding is that the ARM F-13 release is basically being marked as done
and development in terms of package fixes and builds should be aimed at F-14
and later now.