Sunday, January 16, 2022

[fedora-arm] [Fedocal] Reminder meeting : Fedora ARM & AArch64 status meeting

Dear all,

You are kindly invited to the meeting:
Fedora ARM & AArch64 status meeting on 2022-01-18 from 15:00:00 to 16:00:00 UTC
At fedora-meeting-2@irc.libera.chat

The meeting will be about:
Fedora ARM & AArch64 weekly status meeting.

More information available at:
[https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM](https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM)


Source: https://calendar.fedoraproject.org//meeting/9910/

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Friday, January 14, 2022

Re: Invitation to Translations Team to add to Mindshare Quarterly Report

I tried to look at the stats page on weblate, but it doesn't seem to provide many interesting statistics (or at least I don't know how to do it). It seems that administrator rights are required to grab more meaningful data.

Ciao,
A.

Jan 12, 2022 20:12:53 jean-baptiste@holcroft.fr:

> thanks for this proposal Marie,
>
> if someone is looking for an easy to do task: there is a lot of statistics in Fedora translation platform, anyone could give it a look and make use of it. Just dig in the data and request feedback here if needed.
>
> if you want challenge, real challenge, there is a huge amount of data in languages.fedoraproject.org you may conpare latest releases and try to highlight key points (be careful with conclusion, simply describe what you observe and asking question would make it simpler)
> --
> Jean-Baptiste
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[Test-Announce] Proposal to CANCEL: 2022-01-17 Fedora QA Meeting

Hi folks! I'm proposing we cancel the QA meeting on Monday. I don't
have anything urgent for this week.

If you're aware of anything it would be useful to discuss this week,
please do reply to this mail and we can go ahead and run the meeting.

Thanks!
--
Adam Williamson
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[fedora-arm] Re: Kernel update -> 5.15.13-200.fc35.aarch64



On Fri, Jan 14, 2022 at 10:55 AM David W. Legg <dwlegg@gmail.com> wrote:

So, then I reverted to my working 5.14.10 kernel and did a:

dnf update --exclude=kernel*

which included an update up to:

uboot-images-armv8-2021.10-2.fc35.noarch

 uboot-images-armv8-2021.10-2.fc35 was our release version, uboot-images-armv8-2021.10-3 is in updates.

and re-booted. Everything is fine.

So, the only known problem I have is the 5.15.13-200.fc35.aarch64 upgrade.

There is a bit of a delay before it boots, but it should work. I have it running on a few RPi4s. I would be interested if you
see the same errors you saw previously with the kernel provided dtb. 

The dtb symlink gets recreated on kernel upgrade, if you want to continue using the firmware provided dtb you'll need
to 'sudo echo "FirmwareDT=True" >> /etc/u-boot.conf'. That will stop the symlink from getting recreated on every kernel
update.


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[fedora-arm] Re: Kernel update -> 5.15.13-200.fc35.aarch64

So, then I reverted to my working 5.14.10 kernel and did a:

dnf update --exclude=kernel*

which included an update up to:

uboot-images-armv8-2021.10-2.fc35.noarch

and re-booted. Everything is fine.

So, the only known problem I have is the 5.15.13-200.fc35.aarch64 upgrade.


[fedora-arm] Kernel update -> 5.15.13-200.fc35.aarch64

Enthused by my success with getting Fedora 35 going on mu rpi4, I
thought I would try an update :)

Starting from Fedora-Minimal-35-1.2.aarch64.raw.xz, I tried to upgrade
the kernel from

5.14.10-300.fc35.aarch64

to

5.15.13-200.fc35.aarch64.

So, I did a(n)

rpi-uboot-update

then dnf update kernel -y

init 0

Power off/on

Connect HDMI monitor, and *nothing* after the grub spiel. Just sayin', in case it helps anyone :(

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[fedora-arm] Re: Moving headless install from 2GB rpi4 to 4GB rpi4

I suspect that, with the shortage of chips from China, we are dredging
the bottom of the barrel and are buying some Raspberry Pis with
anomalous, early or unusual hardware or firmware behaviour. :(

On 13/01/2022 21:07, Chris Adams wrote:
> Hmm, I picked up a Pi4 4G recently, and was also unable to boot Fedora
> from the SD card (had to use a USB adapter instead). Same error as in
> this thread, tried multiple cards (including a card from a Pi3), no
> different.
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