Category: Fedora

  • Booting helios4 or ClearFog from SPI

    Helios4 is a NAS device made by Kobol Innovations, it is a mvebu device and based on the same SoM(System on Module) from SolidRun as is used in their ClearFog devices. While some of the early ClearFog devices do not have SPI flash all recent ones and all Helios4 devices have an onboard SPI flash […]

  • Long live Release Engineering

    My involvement in Fedora goes back to late 2003 early 2004 somewhere as a packager for fedora.us. I started by getting a few packages in to scratch some of my itches and I saw it as a way to give back to the greater open source community. Around FC3 somewhere I stepped up to help […]

  • What is going on in Fedora Release Engineering

    As we rapidly hit the last days of Fedora 26 development, the final notches of planning for what Release Engineering can get done in Fedora 27 is coming together. Our priorities are mostly sorted, and we are marking things to target for Fedora 28. Release Engineering has its backlog in a Taiga instance that is […]

  • Asking for help with koji builds

    People often ask for help in #fedora-releng or #fedora-devel with koji builds. The number 1 mistake people make is to post links to log files. The problem with posting to logs is that quite often the log file people point at is the wrong one.  It helps in debugging when we have full access to […]

  • installing openh264 on Fedora 24

    Lately we have been working with the Workstation Working Group to setup the ability to build and make available a legal h.264 codec for fedora. Cisco has made available a patent grant for the codec,  you can find out more about it at the openh264 project.  One of the main conditions is that you have […]

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