We are in the process of setting up a koji Shadow Build server for
shadowing builds from the main Fedora Build server.
It can be reached here:
Once setup it should greatly help in keeping up with the latest builds.
I'll drop a note once it is up and functional.
Given the recent interest in using ARMv7 processors in Linux netbooks
and tablets, many of them (at the very least, Nokia's next tablet)
reaching the market this year, I was wondering if Fedora ARM already
works on these, and how well.
- soft float. presumably this only affects the kernel and glibc
- installation. given livecd-tools and liveusb-creator, this should be
doable. Do we already have anaconda?
- desktop. The default Fedora desktop probably does not scale down to
a 7"-10" widescreen device.
- Moblin. how much divergence is there between them and Fedora?
Thoughts? With GSoC opening up we could probably get some more
resources into this.
miʃel salim • http://hircus.jaiku.com/
IUCS • msalim(a)cs.indiana.edu
Fedora • salimma(a)fedoraproject.org
MacPorts • hircus(a)macports.org
Hello dear Embedded SIG,
We have received many requests from users for more embedded support on
fedora. My knowledge in this field is limited and thereby I'm reaching
Currently, at Fedora, we have Fedora-Electronic-Lab, Fedora Arm and
Fedora Embedded all focussing on different kind of electronics. The
actual status is FEL and F-arm have a mailing list and leaving
Embedded SIG on "one on one" contact. But F-arm mailing list does not
have any traffic. Thereby I'm inviting you to join FEL mailing list
in hope to join forces and provide a better design and simulation
platform on fedora.
During FOSDEM, I talked to Max and Greg requesting them to get someone
inside RH to include eCos on fedora. However it is not very clear for
many people in terms of embedded where is the limit. Is it only design
tools or should provide an additional OS ? This question has popped
several times and needs your input to clarify our roadmap.