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  • Fedora BTRFS+Snapper – The Fedora 24 Edition

    In the past I have configured my personal computers to be able to snapshot and rollback the entire system. To do this I am leveraging the BTRFS filesystem, a tool called snapper, and a patched version of Fedora's grub2 package. The patches needed from grub2 come from the SUSE guys and are documented well in this git repo.

  • Fedora @ GNOME.Asia
  • Linux Fest North West Day 0

    We had about 250 at Fedora Game Night, gave away shirts to table winners and ran out of early sign-in badges.

  • Linux Fest North West Day -1

    If you live in the Northwest come an join all the Linux enthusiast this weekend at LinuxFest NorthWest. Seminars and Exhibits are at Bellingham Technical Collage Saturday and Sunday, and the Fedora sponsored Game Night is Friday from 6-10 at Fox Hall at the Hampton Inn. If you join us at Game Night you can get your pass early, play some board games and try out the SuperTuxKart races. At the exhibit on Saturday and Sunday you can participate in the SuperTuxKart Tournament at the Fedora booth. We could also use some help staffing the booth, contact me if you can help.

  • Going to Bitcamp 2016

    The Fedora Project attended as an event sponsor this year. At the event, we held a table in the hacker arena. The Ambassadors offered mentorship and help to Bitcamp 2016 programmers, gave away some free Fedora swag, and offered an introduction to Linux, open source, and our community. This report recollects some highlights from the event.

  • GSoC-2016
  • Data science and Fedora

    I’ve decided to use Fedora as my default GNU/Linux operating system to develop and test data science stuffs. Fedora is pretty nice because it has regular releases and includes most updated mainstream packages.

  • Crouton Fedora new version available!

    I’ve managed to clean the scripts even further, and now it is using Docker images from Koji to set itself up instead of downloading RPM’s. You save a lot of data and a lot of time. It now can install a base Fedora system in less than a minute.

Introducing the extra wallpapers for Fedora 24

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In the Fedora 24 alpha release, you could preview an early version of the default wallpaper for Fedora 24. Each release, the Fedora Design team collaborates with the Fedora community to release a set of 16 additional backgrounds to install and use on Fedora. The Fedora Design team takes submissions from the wider community, then votes on the top 16 to include in the next release.

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Packaging a Fedora kernel on a GNOME tablet

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As Pa Bailey might have put it, it’s deep in the race to want to run GNOME on your tablet. At last year’s Libre Graphics Meeting in Toronto, pippin displayed GNOME on his Lenovo MIIX 3 Bay Trail device. A few months later I was able to pick up an ASUS T100TA with similar specs (if not as elegant) for a good discount. Adam Williamson’s latest Fedlet release was days old at the time, and I installed it.

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Retiring 32-bit Cloud Images

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The Fedora Cloud Working Group has decided to retire the 32-bit Cloud images. As of the Fedora 23 release, we will no longer produce the 32-bit images. We will, of course, continue to make 64-bit cloud images available.

Why are we doing this? We’ve been producing 32-bit images for years, and it’s a solved problem, right? Surely it’s as easy as “just keep doing it,” right?

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Dell and Red Hat Expand Cloud Partnership with New OpenStack Offering

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This is not the first time Dell and Red Hat have partnered on the OpenStack cloud. But Dell emphasized in a statement that the agreement makes the company the first to offer support for Red Hat's new OpenStack Platform 8.

The companies also say that the integrated platform is more than just a generic integrated OpenStack offering with Dell and Red Hat branding. It instead offers tools designed specifically to optimize Red Hat OpenStack running on Dell hardware, according to the companies.

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