There was a lot of nice improvements generally under the hood and the march toward Device Tree is basically complete. I’m not aware of any device now that is supported not through DT in Fedora. So while it was boring form a new device support point of view a kernel cycle for ARM is never really that boring.
The great thing about this is the majority of Linux distros already provide an Image for this architecture. The recent release of the Raspberry Pi 2 uses a newer version of the ARM architecture spec, the ARM Cortex-A7 uses ARMv7 whereas the previous model ARM11 uses ARMv6. More importantly, Fedora already have images.
7 kernel is configured with CONFIG_ARM64_VA_BITS_48; the virtual address space is bumped from 39 bits to 48, which is a problem since many developers make use of those end bits for packing data. (This is a known issue in the Firefox camp, so it should also remedy that). I grabbed the source code for that exact kernel, unset that option and both PolicyKit and Qt started working perfectly. I managed to establish the cause of the PolicyKit crash; it is the same thing causing the Firefox crash and the Qt Quick runtime crash (which is why I investigated it.
Will attempt the various instructions today/over the weekend whilst I’m stuck indoors and update. Yeah, my bad it’s the dnf update that borked my Pi, sorry for the delay I’m oncall for work ATM and unfortunately $work doesn’t officially involve messing with Pis.
3-2, which was built with VA_BITS=39. 2, verify that xfce works, and then update on a clean machine to see if xfce continues to work under a clean update to 4. @SirSpudd, @Will:
“dnf update” now updates to 4. Fixes the polkit memory addressing problem, but other components (systemctl, xfce) continue to fail in ways that point to security access being denied by polkit.
1) After somebody posted to the fedora-devel list regarding this blog entry, I happened across a message from the fedora-arm list as I was perusing their discussions that talks about how to resize root. Check it out at https://lists.
También voy a crear una para XFCE próximamente. Fdisk /dev/ location-of-your-fedora-arm-media << EOF.
Each edition is built from a common set of base packages, which form the foundation of the Fedora operating system. The Fedora Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Fedora 25, the next big step our journey into the containerized, modular future. Fedora is a global community that works together to lead the advancement of free and open source software. As with all new versions of Fedora, Fedora 25 provides many bug fixes and tweaks to these underlying components, as well as new and enhanced packages, including:. As part of the community’s mission the project delivers three editions, each one a free, Linux-based operating system tailored to meet specific use cases: Fedora 25 Atomic Host, Fedora 25 Server, and Fedora 25 Workstation.
Thanks for the clue about SELinux. Didn’t make any difference for this particular problem, but I continue to disable it because I think it may have caused other problems. So I couldn’t get my FC24 install working with WiFi — and I seemed to have a number of other problems with it, too. Checked to make sure I had updated the brcm firmware, and the files matched those from the repository.
# read /var/log/ messages to learn which device was assigned to your media xzcat Fedora-$ TYPE-armhfp-22-3-sda. Xz | sudo dd of=$MEDIA; sync. TYPE= # options include KDE, LXDE, XFCE, SoaS, Mate and Minimal MEDIA= #/ dev/<location-of-your-media> # for example /dev/sdc, /dev/sdg.
El Sábado, día del evento, fuimos ala UTN temprano en la mañana para organizar todos los últimos detalles. Nos encontramos con Matias Maceira y Valentin Basel que vinieron desde Crdoba, Julio Sanchez que vino de Tierra del Fuego y Adrian Soliard que vino desde Entre Ríos.
Para extender el root hay que seguir los . También voy a crear una para XFCE próximamente. Hoy cree 2 imágenes de Fedora 21 para HummingBoard y Cubox-i.