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I'm considering to drop the x86-32 (aka ix86, i386, i686) support in all my Kernel Vanilla Repositories (fedoraproject.org/wiki/Kernel_Va…), now that the project dropped the x86-32 kernel for Fedora >= 31 (fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/S…).

Would anybody mind?




 




 
PSA: My #kernel vanilla repositories for #Fedora 29, 30 and rawhide now ship:

* #Linux 5.2.1 in "stable" and "mainline w/o merge-window"
* 5.1.18 in "fedora" (as F29 and F30 are still on 5.1)
* a snapshot of what will become #Linux 5.3-rc1 in "mainline"

fedoraproject.org/wiki/Kernel_Va…



 
# #Arm





 
Smooge writes: "[…]
* #EPEL-8 will have a multi-phase roll-out into production
* EPEL-8.0 will build using existing grobisplitter […]
* EPEL-8.1 will look to be ready by November 2019 after #Fedora 31 around the time that #RHEL-8.1 may release […]"




 






 



 



 
"[…] Today, we announced the close of #RedHat's acquisition by #IBM. Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat’s president and CEO, shared the following email with all of our associates around the world. […]"



 



 
PSA: RPMs with #Linux 5.2 now available in my #Kernel vanilla repositories for Fedora: #Linux">[url=https://fc.leemhuis.info/search?tag=Linux]Linux #kernel 5.2 is out. Linus writes:

"[…] So I was somewhat pre-disposed towards making an rc8 […] I don't see any real reason for another week of rc, and so we have a v5.2 with the normal release timing. […]"

[url=https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/20190708035046.GA18628@Slackware/T/]lore.kernel.org/lkml/201907080…

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