After doing a rather large update to my rawhide box, it seems that it
no longer wants to play fair with Gnome giving a very unfriendly
"Something has gone wrong which I can't recover from. You should
logout and try again" message. Other than some desklet errors, nothing
seems to be wrong (obviously it is though).
Any ideas what the problem is or how to fix it?
We are hosting another Fedora 15 hardfp Virtual Fedora Activity Day
today, at 14:00UTC (10:00 Eastern Daylight Time). The purpose of this
session is to co-ordinate the bootstrap of F15 hardfp (hardware floating
point). Going forward, the proposal is that these be on Fridays.
You can find a lot more detail here, along with all the pre-reqs/bits:
That page contains links to the general instructions on:
Be sure you follow the instructions to use an armv7hl-YOUR_FAS_USERNAME
or group name branch so that we can track who is doing what, and more
easily back out changes if you/we discover a problem with your setup.
On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 12:10:49PM -0400, Kyle McMartin wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 05:09:06PM +0100, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
> > but I don't understand what this means. Are kernel symbols included
> > in the main package in Rawhide? It doesn't seem that way, at least,
> > systemtap can't find them. Does it mean Rawhide users should do
> > without debugging? That seems contrary to the purpose of Rawhide.
> Clearly. It's a bug, I don't build debuginfo locally because it's an
> epic waste of space and time, and that leaked into the spec. Sorry.
Ah no problem! I thought it must have been a mistake, because the
commit message was so obscure compared to your usual meaningful commit
Can we revert this one? I really need debuginfo ...
Richard Jones, Virtualization Group, Red Hat http://people.redhat.com/~rjones
virt-top is 'top' for virtual machines. Tiny program with many
powerful monitoring features, net stats, disk stats, logging, etc.
I've been a Fedora user since FC5 but hadn't contributed until I started
working for Red Hat earlier this year as part of Fedora QA, spending
most of my time on AutoQA. Prior to starting at Red Hat, I was working
on an internal test automation framework for storage device firmware.
I was planning to wait until I had participated in more reviews or
submitted a new package but I use python-pip and when I saw it was about
to be orphaned, I thought that I would try to take over maintenance. At
this point, I've only participated in part of the review for py.test 
and am still quite new to the process.
Since I would be new to packaging, I need to find a mentor before taking
on python-pip. I am very much interested in learning the ropes and would
appreciate it if someone was willing to help me learn as a mentor.