I am new to this list, and I'm a Fedora user for a little less than
two years. Recently I've become a full-time Fedora user since I've
installed it on my laptop for work.
I'm a developer, and I usually work for companies that use RHEL in
production. I think Fedora is a great distribution for development,
because I love to be provided with latest versions of my favorite
Recently I have decided I would package tools I miss :)
I'm willing to maintain those packages of course, but I haven't
introduced myself yet, simply because I forgot. So here ends my late
I'm going to update libcue up to 1.4.0 from current 1.3.0, with soname
bump. The following packages are affected by this upgrade:
I'll rebuild them as soon as libcue-1.4.0 will be available.
With best regards, Peter Lemenkov.
On 08/30/2013 07:24 PM, elias.vds(a)gmail.com wrote:
> Op vrijdag 19 juli 2013 00:12:35 UTC+2 schreef Hans de Goede:
>> The following has been ported / is supported:
>> -sound: analog in/out
>> Fedora 19 ARM should also work on the following devices:
>> * A13-OLinuXino (Olimex)
> Hi, thanks very much for the release!
> I've already tested the Fedora 18 remix on my A13-OLinuXino (even with WIFI working!), but I can't get the audio to work:
> ALSA reports that no soundcards could be detected.
> However using the Debian image of Olimex, I was able to get audio through my headphones and the mic worked also. I looked up the driver, and it appeared to be "sun5i-CODEC". On the rootfs of the Fedora image, I looked into "/lib/modules/<sun5i-kernel>/kernel/sound/soc/", but I only could see a "sun4i" directory, even without a "sun4i-CODEC" counterpart.
> I read somewhere else that code of "/sound/soc/sun5i" was merged with "/sound/soc/sun4i", but I tried to modprobe each driver in "/sound/soc/sun4i" without success.
> Do I have to recompile the whole kernel, or just compile the "sun5i-CODEC" module, or do I have to do something different to get audio working?
> Thank you very much!
You're not seeing the sun4i-codec module (which works for sun5i too) because it is build into the kernel.
You should see some audio devices under /dev/snd and /sys/class/sound
While checking things work with Fedora 19 ARM remix for Allwinner SOCs release 1 I did notice that there
is an error in the fex file for the A13-OLinuXino, causing only audio-out to be present, I've just pushed
an updated fex file here:
If you save this file, convert it to a script.bin file using the fex2bin utility from here:
And then overwrite script.bin in the uboot partition of your sdcard with the new one you should
also get a capture device.
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I wanted to let everyone know that as of last night all of the buildvm
builders were moved from RHEL 6 to Fedora 19. We do still have some
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I'm trying to make a spec file that uses the devtoolset in RHEL 5/6 (
rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHEA-2013-0175.html ) but I haven't been able
to figure out how to enable devtoolset in the spec file. If I run 'scl
enable devtoolset-1.1 bash' before doing rpmbuild it works, but how do
I run a command like that in the spec file?
The closest thing I could find is this:
But when I tried using a macro or running just %(shell_command) it
appears that's happening in a subshell and not having the necessary
effect when returning to the main shell. Is there some trick to run a
shell command in the main shell?
I have been part of the Fedora Project for several years (mainly as an
Ambassador) and now I've decided to join the Packaging team!
I live in Buenos Aires, Argentina, I work for IBM and I only have to
pass 1 exam (RH401) to become a RHCA.
I have been using Linux since the 90's. Starting with Red Hat Linux,
passing to Mandrake, SuSE, Slackware and finally a strong user of
Fedora since version 5.
I have submitted some packages to review. I look forward to use my
Linux skills to help make this distribution great and to learn a lot
of things on the way.
This is what I have submitted so far:
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