I've rebuilt quite a few Fedora kernels to enable the dell_rbu module for firmware updates on various Dell servers, workstations, and laptops that are running Fedora 21 and 22. Would it be possible to have it enabled in the normal kernel builds?
I found a bugzilla ticket referenced in the kernel config that points to some installation issues in Fedora 20. I can't tell if the bug was within dell_rbu or perhaps in systemd-udevd from the ticket. However, I've had success loading the module on various Dell equipment over the last 18 months or so.
If we enable it, could we ensure that it's not enabled by default? I wondered if a kernel subpackage would be helpful but that seems a bit like overkill.
We will be removing the kdbus driver from Rawhide kernels before the
4.3 final release upstream. Realistically, this means kdbus will be
gone from Fedora by Monday November 2nd at the latest. If you have a
setup using kdbus, please adjust it accordingly.
The upstream developers asked me to remove the module from Fedora
while they rethink some of the approach they are taking with kdbus.
Hi Fedora kernel team,
What possibility is there of enabling CONFIG_X86_NUMACHIP in the
Fedora kernel, given it's been enabled in the CentOS Plus and Ubuntu
kernels for a few years now?
This will allow booting Fedora on large-SMP NumaConnect systems and
make Fedora a useful choice.
Daniel J Blueman