SysVinit => Systemd
/etc/sysconfig/keyboard KEYTABLE => KEYMAP /etc/vconsole.conf
/etc/sysconfig/i18n SYSFONT => FONT ..
.. LANG == LANG /etc/locale.conf
# add dracut i18n, keyboard and plymouth kernel args if requested
for i in SYSFONT SYSFONTACM UNIMAP LANG KEYTABLE; do
val=$(eval echo \$$i)
[ -n "$val" ] && kernargs="$kernargs $i=$val"
Problematic are unconditional additions of the LANG directive to the
Perhaps for the oldtimers such as RHEL<=6 it is necessary, however for
the current versions of Fedora it isn't.
That's one small step for a grubby, one giant leap for Fedora.
Atlas currently bundles Lapack. I want to update Atlas to 3.10.1 and
unbundle Lapack as well. This will require rebuild of dependent packages
and maybe adding explicit dependency on Lapack.
Would anyone object to that?
If I understand things correctly, Lapack in Fedora uses Atlas and not
its own Blas implementation.
Because it's pretty much dead upstream, getting towards dead in real-world
deployments, and never really worked well anyway in Linux.
Orphaned in F20, rawhide. If no one wants to grab it, will retire in
a week or two.
I'm messing around a bit with the new AD support in SSSD 1.11. I've gotten
authentication working against our AD at work, but I'd like to be able to
mount the user's "home folder" (in our environment, it gets mapped to the
P: drive if you're logging into a Windows system that is part of the
domain) as their Linux home directory. The user's home folder can be on
one of a dozen or more file servers, so I need to use the AD homeDirectory
attribute and dynamically mount the CIFS filesystem.
Numerous Google searches and man page readings haven't turned up the magic
incantation that I need to turn this on. Is what I want to do possible
with SSSD 1.11? If so, is it documented anywhere than the source?