>From: Alexander Larsson <alexl(a)redhat.com>
>Date: 29 Mar 2004 10:01:42 +0200
>On Sat, 2004-03-27 at 23:34, Gary L Greene Jr wrote:
> > http://www.csis.gvsu.edu/~abreschm/uafhs/
>Seems similar to:
I do not actually see very much similarity. The spec you point at appears to
define a variable for a data directory and a configuration directory. The
spec you compare it to defines a set of directories to install programs to.
The variables might on occasion point to some of those directories, but that
is the extent of the similarity.
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1.91 has been added to the fedora.us repository mirrors. Please DO NOT
USE THE MAIN MIRROR, choose a nearer mirror from the list above. The
current 1.90 tree will disappear REAL SOON NOW so update your apt/yum
fedora.us apt and yum for 1.91 is not yet ready, so for now you will
need to copy the old 1.90 version and edit the configs. It still seems
to be binary compatible for now. However we have no idea if apt will
work with selinux enforcement enabled.
The "yum" directory tree within the 1.91 directory has been removed
entirely and instead yum headers are being generated within each RPMS
Be warned that upgrading from FC2 test1 to test2 using apt/yum will not
result in a system fully representative of test2 due to selinux not
being enabled and filesystem not labeled. You should either use the
test2 Anaconda installer or figure out the manual labeling procedure
(where is the URL for that?).
On Fri, 20 Feb 2004 16:18:25 +1000
Leon Ho <llch(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> The IIIMF server loads Language Engines (LE) dynamically at runtime as
> requested by clients. In this first round of testing, four LEs are
> + iiimf-le-inpinyin for Simplified Chinese (zh_CN.UTF-8)
> + iiimf-le-xcin for Traditional Chinese (zh_TW.UTF-8)
> + iiimf-le-canna for Japanese (ja_JP.UTF-8)
> + iiimf-le-hangul for Korean (ko_KR.UTF-8)
I tried iiimf out, and it appears that the only way to specify a language
is to set LANG before running an application. Is this really so?
I do not wish to change the current locale. All I want is to input
characters. Old input methods allowed that (e.g. kinput2).
What if I want to enter Korean and Chinese characters simultaneously
into an application?
On Sun, 28 Mar 2004 01:29:53 -0500, Brad Smith wrote:
> A new and (hopefully) improved version of Fedora Tracker is now up at:
> New features of interest:
> * Search results are sorted by repository type (core, extras, tp, etc)
> * Package search defaults to simplified interface
> * Source packages are filtered out by default to cut down on search
I really like what you've done so far! :-) The latest improvements with
the sorting by repo type are great and the simplified default interface
is much better.
You mentioned that this project is not a part of Red Hat or the Fedora
Steering Committee. However, as this becomes more well-known and widely
used, will you consider proposing it become part of The Fedora Project
directly; much like The Fedora Docs Project and similar? Or at least
host it at fedora.redhat.com?
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A while ago I was posting here asking for the inclusion of some
Catalan related localization packages. As for FC 2 test 1, I can't find
files for aspell-ca, myspell... which are very important to be able to
process texts in Catalan.
I know that due to a license problem the packages were discarded in FC
1, but as I can see for the debian Copyright information of myspell, the
files involved are GPL'd:
I wonder if it would be possible to include the aspell, ispell (and
myspell) packages for the Catalan language, for the final FC 2 release.
I would also like to know how to include localization files for Mozilla,
I think there aren't any.
Thanks a lot!
would you compile cups with php support (--with-php). all realse
contains both php and cups so is there any good reason not to compile
cups with php support enabled?
Levente "Si vis pacem para bellum!"
Guys, what's going on with the Fedora mirror at kernel.org? It's lagging
behind the master site for quite a while. It is not their fault, a note
on their website states that they cannot sync up with the master Fedora
site, they tried to contact the Fedora admins, but no one replied to
What's going on? Don't you guys (Fedora team) like to ease the load on
your website? The kernel.org site is doing a good job as a Fedora mirror
in my area, i hate to use the master site, or another mirror that's not
as close to myself, because they're much slower for me.
C'mon, wake up, i'm sure it wouldn't take long to fix this issue.