I am Pierre Marijon, i study bioinformatic and on my free time i work on
free (like freedom) video game "Ned et les maki" (Ned and the Makihttp://
geekygoblin.org/ned-et-les-maki/ not yet in english sorry about that).
Now i work on akagoria (http://www.akagoria.org/) packaging another free
game, my first package for akagoria is libes (
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1094057), an library for use
Entity System paradigm in C++.
I am a new contributor, thus I search a sponsor. My contribution project is
work one packaging of two video game, one in C++ (akagoria) and another in
Java (Ned and the Maki), and I see Bioperl is not maintained in fedora 20
maybe after i have an litle experience. Weel if someone want sponsor a
young guy, and is interest by free video game and perl packaging, i'm here.
Thank for your reading, and sorry about my english.
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I recently have installed bournal, an encrypted journal program for
Although it installed with its dependencies, when run it said nano is
needed to run.
Whoever maintains this package, please add nano to the dependencies.
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I have an up to date Fedora 21 Rawhide system and an
OpenConnect VPN is used which is NOT the default route.
The VPN has several static routes to 192.168.y.x networks,
with a DNS server at 192.168.5.1. So, the traffic
belonging to the VPN should go through it. My LAN is
192.168.1.x, the router (and default gateway) is 192.168.1.1.
I have the latest kernel and 3.14.0 (which doesn't have debug options, so it's fast):
$ rpm -q kernel
After reboot with the latest 3.15-rc3 kernel, I noticed that
DNS names behind the VPN are not resolved and indeed,
traceroute 192.168.5.1 wants to go through my router.
When I reboot with 3.14, routing started working properly again.
Should I file it in bugzilla or is it already known?