"Nikhil Jha" <hi(a)nikhiljha.com> writes:
Hi! I got Fedora working on PinePhone the other day, and it works
surprisingly well, even though it's just desktop GNOME.
It's a 5.6 kernel with...
... this device tree:
... and this u-boot: https://megous.com/git/u-boot/
... and some modifications to make bluetooth, sound, cameras, etc. work
How would I go about putting this into Fedora so people could (for example) get Fedora on
their PinePhones with arm-image-installer?
Also slightly offtopic, but the version of phoc (needed to run phosh, which is
Librem's mobile UI) in the repositories depends on libwlroots 0.7, which is not
packaged for ARM and doesn't compile with the GCC 10 (wow that's a high version)
in rawhide. Can I submit PRs on https://src.fedoraproject.org/?
It doesn't look like
people usually do that...
You can definitely submit pull requests to wlroots on
. As a matter of fact, we in the sway SIG (which
maintains this package) often update packages via pull requests instead
of pushing commits directly.