Is this going to work for those of us who use RHEL, not Fedora (and are
only actually interested in EPEL)? Also, will it work with Heimdal
clients? (The Fedora packager stuff is rather hit and miss under EPEL
at the best of times.)
On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 3:11 PM, Avram Lubkin <avram(a)rockhopper.net> wrote:
> Forcing the pdftex driver gives an error about missing pdf primitives,
> so this is most probably related to the removed pdf primitives in LuaTeX
> 0.85 and later.
texlive-luatex85 provides luatex85.sty which might solve your issue.
I just wanted to download F25 Cloud image for OpenStack and was surprised that there is none. There is just Atomic image.
But Atomic use rpm-ostree for installing packages. There is no DNF. However I cannot find any module for rpm-ostree for
Am I missing something? What should I install nowdays when I am using Ansible for managing configuration?
Miroslav Suchy, RHCA
Red Hat, Senior Software Engineer, #brno, #devexp, #fedora-buildsys
Are there any rules regarding changing the
path of binaries?
rpcbind/rpcinfo has lived in /usr/sbin for
years but that is because the spec file moves
the binary from /usr/bin to /usr/sbin during
the install. Upstream defaults to /usr/bin.
Due to some systemd service file changes
I would like to just leave rpcbind/rpcinfo
in /usr/bin which means the path of those
binaries would change.
Is anybody around who can check what's going on with a PPC64 build
that appears to be stuck? I noticed that fflas-ffpack has not built
successfully on ppc64 recently, so I kicked off a scratch build last
night to try to diagnose the problem. It finished fairly quickly on
ppc64le, but is still going on ppc64. The last step in the logs is a
g++ invocation. I wonder if g++ is inflooping, if the box is so low
on memory that it is swapping like crazy, etc.
Thanks to anyone who can take a peek at that.
On a related note, the polymake build segfaults on ppc64 (but succeeds
on ppc64le). I have access to a ppc64le VM, but not to a big endian
machine. Who can give me a shell account with mock capabilities on a
Thank you and regards,
Fedora 23 support is going to be EOL on Tuesday, December 20th, 2016.
At this day we are going to close all the Fedora 23 bugs which will
remain open .
You have last few weeks to submit your updates to the Fedora 23, if
you have any, before the Fedora 23 release becomes unsupported.
Platform & Fedora Program Manager
Red Hat Czech s.r.o., Purkynova 99/71, 612 45 Brno, Czech Republic