The short version (as paraphrased by tibbs):
20:01 < tibbs|h> nss-3.12.6-7 doesn't work, 3.12.6-12 works.
The longer version: A recent update to fas included an upgrade of the OS
to the RHEL6 alpha. One unintended consequence of this is we're now
generating pkcs#8 keys instead of rsa. This caused some older nss
libraries to function differently which caused lookaside cache uploads to
fail (lookaside is where the tarballs go when you build a new package).
So, if you're finding yourself unable to upload to lookaside cache. Make
sure you update your version of nss. (F13 should be available now, F12
recently got enough karma to push and it should be available soon).
Sorry for the inconvenience.
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Fri 03-Sep Fri 03-Sep Beta Blocker Meeting (f14beta) #2
Mon 06-Sep Fri 10-Sep Daily Review & Notification of Open Beta Blocker
Tue 07-Sep Tue 07-Sep Software: Start Rebuild all translated packages
Tue 07-Sep Tue 14-Sep Software: Rebuild all translated packages
Thu 09-Sep Thu 09-Sep Create Beta Test Compose (TC)
Fri 10-Sep Fri 10-Sep Beta Blocker Meeting (f14beta) #3
Tue 14-Sep Tue 14-Sep Beta Change Deadline
Tue 14-Sep Tue 14-Sep Features 100% Complete Deadline
Tue 14-Sep Tue 28-Sep Beta Infrastructure Change Freeze
Thu 16-Sep Thu 16-Sep Compose Beta Candidate
Have you found something that is working really well in your schedule?
Or maybe you've found something you believe would work better in the
Update the schedule retrospective page now to capture all of the
important details as they happen:
I'm trying to rebuild my kernel without debugging, I set the %define
debugbuildsenabled to 1 and in the kernel.spec file before building with
rpmbuild but I am still getting CONFIG_LOCKDEP=y in my kernel config file in
my /boot directory after I install the built kernel. How do I fully disable
On 26th of August there was an OpenSCAP Test Day . Thanks everyone
for showing up. The attendance was not absolutely great, but it was quite
decent taking into account this software is not widely known and used.
This test day has shown very helpful for OpenSCAP developers since many
problems were discovered. Some of them were reported into bugzilla, here's
627633 NEW - [abrt] firstaidkit-engine-0.2.12-1.fc14: raise: Process /usr/bin/python was killed by signal 6 (SIGABRT)
627600 NEW - Set net.ipv4.conf.all.accept_redirects for Hosts and Routers fails
627674 NEW - Failures on F13
565691 ASSIGNED - file probe eats too much memory even for small file lists
627488 CLOSED RAWHIDE - buffer overflow detected in xccdf_item_to_dom
Others were communicated over IRC, posted as wiki comments or put onto
fpaste. The soon-to-be-available OpenSCAP 0.6.2 version should address most
of those shortcomings. Developers also learnt an important lesson about
memory requirements of this software in different software setups, because
it caused problems on many computers.
Thanks developers for actively solving problems and posting fixed versions
and testers for helping to improve this upcoming Fedora 14 feature.
See you on the next test day,
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Hi! I've been working in a project called "Hermes" (For more information
refer to: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Hermes) The idea is to build a Feed
customizable by the user that notifies when there are important news... As
an additional feature I wanted to integrate a FEDORA SEARCH BOX, so I tought
use the one that's in http://start.fedoraproject.org/ But I asked some users
and I tried it discovering that that search box was a normal, common
Google's Search Box.
In order to provide a "better information service" for the user, I tought
that building a Fedora's Custom Search Engine based on Google might be
useful in both ways to
HERMES and the http://start.fedoraproject.org/ webpage, so I built one.
I called it the "Fedora's Engine" and is built over Google's CSE Technology,
it's multilanguage, UTF-8 encoded and it has two options: "Search the Whole
web making emphasis in some sites" or "Search the Whole web"
The first option makes a search consult all along the web but it make
emphasis in these sites:
http://goo.gl/cRfP (Click to see the list)
The second option give the same results as if you're searching on Google
The Search Engine has the "autofill" option enabled and it's fedora branded,
as you may see I included all the Fedora relevant sites so
this engine is a fully fedora search engine that we can use in the Hermes
Project and also in the http://start.fedoraproject.org/ webpage.
The code is right here: http://fpaste.org/DmBz/
You can preview the working engine here:* *http://tinyurl.com/fedorasengine
And If you want to Download the ".html" file with the code, it's right
Hope you find this idea useful :)
Linux User #509052
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When doing a fresh F14 install (tonight), and starting evolution for
first time and doing a restore, it didn't seem to convert my filters nor
addressbook, or at least to the proper locations. I got he filters.xml
copied over to i think the .config/evolution/mail folder (or something
like that) but couldn't find where my address book was. Luckily I sort
of had a addressbook.vcf (sp?) file to restore that was somewhat
Oh yea, and as of this email it doesn't seem to automatically add my
signture i had to recreate from scratch.