[Meego-community] software update
Harry ten Berge
htenberge at gmail.com
Tue Jun 1 22:49:42 PDT 2010
I was thinking... Would it be feasible/possible to generate a
'non-atom' based build of Meego? As a community project? Are the all
packages build in the Novell OBS? Because I have an OBS account but
can't find them...
On 1 June 2010 22:52, Ware, Ryan R <ryan.r.ware at intel.com> wrote:
> On 6/1/10 12:10 PM, "Harry ten Berge" <htenberge at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 1. will there be packages available in the update repos and if so when
>> can we expect them?
>> 2. is the 'illegal instruction' with zypper and/or yum related to the
>> fact that the Asus EEE 900 holds an Celeron in stead of an Atom?
> Ok. That makes much more sense. Yes, you will not find any actual .rpm
> files in the update repo as of yet. We haven't released any yet. However,
> I was concerned that "anything" meant not seeing the directory structure,
> We _will_ be releasing regular updates. I don't believe we have
> specifically stated publically what the cadence will be, etc. so I will not
> say more on that now.
> As I haven't heard of anyone else hitting the illegal instruction issue and
> I can't reproduce it on my Atom based netbook, I believe it is because you
> are running on a Celeron system. You could file a bug, but unless it can be
> shown it affects Atom processors, I don't believe it will be addressed.
> Sorry about that, but we do specifically require Atom based processors. To
> be frank, I'm surprised this is the first place you've had issues.
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