This package used to be part of Ruby on Rails, later it was removed from
the framework and extracted into independent gem mainly for backward
compatibility. This package is FTBFS ATM, presumably since Ruby on Rails
5.2 were imported into F29, because there is one test failure. Upstream
does not bother to fix this issue and because I don't have any use for
this package, I just orphaned it. If anybody have any use case, please
pick the package up or let it be removed from Fedora via the orphaned
packages removal process.
Dear Fedora mailing list community,
I am Sören alias Valor Naram and I founded the project "goeasyLinux". I will help to make linux more user friendly.
A short introduction to "goeasyLinux" can be found at https://github.com/ValorNaram/goeasylinux/blob/master/README.md
The specification I wrote in order to make a cross platform symlink to package management systems: https://github.com/ValorNaram/goeasylinux/blob/master/package%20...
With your help I want to make package installing/removing equal on all linux systems without disturbing the diversity we have across linux distributions. In order to do that we need just a symlink, no replacement of existing software.
I think you did something similar in the past.
Sören alias Valor Naram
This  is the Wireguard spec file from upstream Copr repo .
Wireguard will be included in kernel 5.0, but meanwhile we are using it as dkms.
The only problem is that at every Wireguard upgrade, a manual action
For example now that I have installed 0.0.20190123, I have to remove the old
folder in order to let
# dkms autoinstall
Otherwise I will get a
# dkms status
Error! Could not locate dkms.conf file.
File: /var/lib/dkms/wireguard/0.0.20181218/source/dkms.conf does not exist.
and wg-quick service unable to start.
Do you have any idea about how the Wireguard spec file could be fixed
in order to avoid this action having to be runned at every package