coming up for rawhide is an opensync upgrade to 0.35. This means that all
opensync plugins will need an upgrade and all applications depending on
opensync need a rebuild because of a soname bump from .0 to .1.
0.35 still is a testing release on the road to 0.40 which should be released
sometime soon. As 0.40 will include many changes (including a new build
environment using cmake) I would like to give it as much testing as possible.
There is one important change: There currently is no gui tool to do the
synchronization (not that multisync really worked anway). The gui for now is
deprecated. The command line tool msynctool however has been developed further.
Because of this I have decided to finally split out msynctool from the
multisync package. Msynctool has been part of the multisync package for
historical reasons but should not be in there anymore. The split review bug can
be found here (#426915).
There are also some
additional plugins for which I have put up review bugs in case anyone is
o google-calendar (#426911)
o moto (#426912)
o opie (#426913)
o vformat (#426914)
If there are problems let me know.
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Anyone have any idea why this keeps failing for me? The NVR seems to be
different for each attempt in koji.
----- Forwarded message from Koji Build System <buildsys(a)fedoraproject.org> -----
From: Koji Build System <buildsys(a)fedoraproject.org>
Subject: Package: kernel-2.6.24-0.128.rc6.git4.fc9 Tag: dist-f9 Status: failed Built by: kyle
Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2007 18:33:22 -0700
Built by: kyle
Started: Thu, 27 Dec 2007 14:30:00 MST
Finished: Thu, 27 Dec 2007 18:32:44 MST
* Thu Dec 27 2007 Kyle McMartin <kmcmartin(a)redhat.com>
* Wed Dec 26 2007 Kyle McMartin <kmcmartin(a)redhat.com>
* Mon Dec 24 2007 Dave Jones <davej(a)redhat.com>
- Anaconda should be fixed now, so disable SYSFS_DEPRECATED again.
kernel-2.6.24-0.128.rc6.git4.fc9 (29212) failed on ppc4.fedora.phx.redhat.com (noarch):
pg.DatabaseError: error 'ERROR: duplicate key violates unique constraint "rpminfo_unique_nvra"
' in 'INSERT INTO rpminfo (name,version,release,epoch,
Task 311572 on ppc4.fedora.phx.redhat.com
Task Type: build (dist-f9, devel:kernel-2_6_24-0_128_rc6_git4_fc9)
i have changed my hard disk because the previous one gave away . How
should i use the keys and certificate and CLA . Will coping them to my
present home directory do ??
GPG key : FAEA34AB
Server : pgp.mit.eduhttp://subhodipbiswas.wordpress.com
first excuse me if this is the wrong mailing list. If there is
fedora-marketing or some similar :) mailing list please point me in
the right direction.
Fedora has a really strong emphasize on communication and openness,
and that is true in most part from the open communication on mailing
lists and irc channels.
AFAIK there is no fedora podcast, there was one unofficial but it died
and it produced only a few (great) shows.
I also rarely see and fedora exposure in other podcasts; there are
fedora reviews and usually podcast hosts do a interview with Max
Spevack once or twice a year and that is it.
There are lots of great fedora community members, fedora devels and
redhat people that would make great guests on lots of podcasts... I
believe they should approach podcast hosts with some interesting
Fedora related project, new feature or any other interesting topic and
go from there...
It would be even better if Fedora had an official podcast, or even
better a few official and few unofficial :)
I listen to few of the most interesting linux podcasts and one think
that made me write this post was the Fedora 8 review and KDE4 review
by Chris and Bryan form Linux Action Show podcast.
They made a great show and reviewed Fedora 8 and gave their comments
what they see as bad and good in Fedora 8 (LAS episode 67). They also
said that KDE4 RC1 basically sucks or it should be still called beta
In the latest episode 68 Aaron Seigo from the KDE project got on as s
guest to explain what is going on with the KDE 4.0 and that was a
really revealing episode and really informative on multiple levels.
This could be their best show to date.
It would be great if somebody from Fedora agreed to do an interview
for Linux Action Show regarding issues they have with Fedora 8. That
would be a GREAT thing for us users and fans of Fedora...
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>> Sorry for bother you!
>> I really appreciate your time.
>> I've been using FC5, FC6 and Fedora7 and I've found that the moto4lin has
>> little bug (the same in all three distro).
>> The Greek 'Sho' letter (ϸ) between A and C drives letter that makes
>> innaccessible other drives in the phone. (In statusbar appears /aϸ/c)
>> I've contacted the author and he suggested me to use SVN (trunk) version.
>> I've installed that and works.
>> Can we replace the actual moto4lin rpm with the SVN one?
>These requests are better off being placed in bugzilla:
> http://bugzilla.redhat.com. I imagine the package maintainer would be
>sympathetic to your request, given it fixes a real world bug.
Thanks Jonathan, I did reported in bugzilla
and they told me to contact the author... so
the author told to use the svn version...
In Argentina we say: "nobody holds hot potatos"
Seems like nobody wants to solve this...
Anyone who knows were should I post this?
thanks again for your invaluable time
.:: www.preguntaslinux.org :: moderador ::.
Sorry for bother you!
I really appreciate your time.
I've been using FC5, FC6 and Fedora7 and I've found that the moto4lin has a
little bug (the same in all three distro).
The Greek 'Sho' letter (ϸ) between A and C drives letter that makes
innaccessible other drives in the phone. (In statusbar appears /aϸ/c)
I've contacted the author and he suggested me to use SVN (trunk) version.
I've installed that and works.
Can we replace the actual moto4lin rpm with the SVN one?
should I build an rpm from the svn version?
.:: www.preguntaslinux.org :: moderador ::.
I posted a message on the fedora-packaging list last week regarding
packaging php-pdb, a library for manipulating Palm OS databases:
Nobody's replied to that message yet, so I wondered if anyone on this
list could offer any advice.
php-pdb comes with documentation in the form of PHP scripts (including
examples using php-pdb itself), and these need to be accessed through
Apache. I wondered:
* whether I should convert the documentation to plain HTML;
* if it's OK to remove a .tar.gz containing a patched version of the
library intended for use with another application (it doesn't seem
appropriate for the php-pdb package);
* whether it's OK to remove references to a sample app (which would
also need to be served by Apache) - and leave the .tar.gz of the
sample app in the doc files.
Are there any other packages where the documentation comes as PHP
scripts designed to be served through Apache? If anyone could point me
at any examples I'd be grateful. I looked at the packaging guidelines
for PHP but couldn't see anything relevant to executable