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Right up front, I should say all credit for this goes to Patrick Uiterwijk – I am just writing it up 🙂 So I’m upgrading Fedora’s openQA instances to the latest upstream code, which replaces the old ‘interactive mode’ with a new ‘developer mode’. This relies on the browser being able to establish a WebSocket […]
Welp, since I haven’t blogged for a while, here’s another root-causing write up! Honestly, root-causing things is one of my favorite parts of the job, lately. I’ve been on vacation recently, and when I came back, it looked like several things were wrong with Rawhide. Several of these were relatively easy fixes: live images not […]
Here’s a puzzle for you, Python fans: [adamw@adam dnf (master %)]$ python3 Python 3.6.5 (default, Apr 23 2018, 22:53:50) [GCC 8.0.1 20180410 (Red Hat 8.0.1-0.21)] on linux Type “help”, “copyright”, “credits” or “license” for more information. >>> from dnf.conf import MainConf >>> mc = MainConf() >>> print(mc.group_package_types) [‘mandatory’, ‘default’, ‘conditional’] >>> mc.group_package_types.append(‘foo’) >>> print(mc.group_package_types) [‘mandatory’, […]
Of course, we all know that working in QA is more or less a 24×7 whirl of red carpets and high-end cocktail parties…but today is particularly glamorous! Here’s what I’m doing right now: Build an RPM of a git snapshot of Plymouth Put it in a temporary repo Build an installer image containing it Boot […]
Long time no blog, once more! Fedora 28 So of course, the big news of the week is that Fedora 28 was signed off yesterday and will be coming out on 2018-05-01. If you examine the Fedora 28 schedule, you will observe that this was in fact the originally targeted date for the release. The […]