[Techteam] New F14-arm build os36 - Sugar in sync, device-tree!
pbrobinson at gmail.com
Tue Aug 9 09:36:19 EDT 2011
On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 2:26 PM, Gonzalo Odiard <gonzalo at laptop.org> wrote:
> Hi Peter,
> With this image installed (and yum update executed)
> the following activities does not work yet:
> Write: no abiword module
> Jukebox, started but did not played a ogg file
> Read: no module webkit
> There are other problems, but I am working with the maintainers.
> Are these known issues?
Mostly. The Write and Read issues are known. Write will be fixed in
the next OS build, webkit is a known issue. Jukebox might be fixed in
the next one too as there's some newer gstreamer packages.
We're in the middle of some mass churn since the weekend, its starting
to settle out now. Once its settled I plan to do another OS build.
That will likely be in the Thurs time frame.
> If you have rpms and want do tests, tell me
> On Sat, Aug 6, 2011 at 9:12 AM, Peter Robinson <pbrobinson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 11:52 PM, Martin Langhoff <martin at laptop.org>
>> > The "Sugar in sync! device-tree" build.
>> > Download from:
>> > http://build.laptop.org/F14-arm/os32/
>> > Use with OFW Q4B07 -
>> > http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_Firmware_q4b07
>> > Changes and notes:
>> > - sugar and sugar-toolkit rpms are at 0.92.4!
>> > - abiword and libabiword are in, but may have been built without asio
>> > (the network/collaboration side) -- please test collaboration!
>> This is now fixed and built. I think the actual NVRs are less so its
>> likely it won't be pulled in. I'll fix that soon so I would wait.
>> > - In kernel land...
>> > = We have device-tree! So what used to be in /ofw now appears in
>> > /proc/device-tree . Time to port bitfrost, dracut-modules-olpc, sugar
>> > control panel, olpc-utils. Thanks Andres, Mitch and Saadia!
>> > = There is a new schedulear/timer patch from Lennert -- mystery
>> > minutes-long hangs should be gone for real now.
>> > - Some packages have been downgraded - need to work with Peter on these
>> > -dracut-006-3.fc14.noarch
>> > -dracut-modules-olpc-0.5.3-1.fc14.1.armv5tel
>> > +dracut-006-2.fc14.noarch
>> > +dracut-modules-olpc-0.5.3-1.fc14.armv5tel
>> > -linux-firmware-20100806-4.fc14.noarch
>> > +linux-firmware-20100106-4.fc14.noarch
>> > -olpc-update-2.23-1.fc14.noarch
>> > +olpc-update-2.22-1.fc14.noarch
>> All of those should be now fixed.
>> Also I'm in the process of importing 4500 packages that are noarch so
>> they don't need to be rebuilt. So there's going to be a lot of churn
>> very soon but it should get us a lot closer. I'll look at doing the
>> same for updates soon too, just need to check what the deps and other
>> possible issues would be in doing that.
>> I've also untagged all packages that have a newer NVR.
>> I'll let you know when it all settles as at that point its likely
>> worth while cutting another release and comparing the change in
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