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A few weeks ago, Fabian passed me the torch in our quest for a fully working EPEL rebuild for armhfp, that included access to the builders, the build system manager and a blind, unfunded trust that I wasn't going to break anything. The plan up to that point was, "if it builds, great, if it […]

7.5.1804 is a big one. For the first time, we have a release for armhfp completely lined up with x86_64, but that also means a lot of changes. To make things a bit more complicated, the arm world is not exactly uniform, there are many vendors, chip manufacturers, chip versions and that makes testing an […]

What happens when you need something that is not readily available, but you can help get it done? In my case, start harrassing people until you get all the info you need. Enter @arrfab and @remicollet. Fabian got the builder ready, and contacted Remi who got me to use his SRPMS, all I had to […]

Johnny Hughes has already posted images for Cubietruck and Raspberry Pi 2 and told you how to use them with your boards. In this post, I would like to tell you all the what has gone into development of RootFS Build Factory so far which includes a bit about the CentOS ARMv7 effort. When I […]

The CentOS Project is now the proud mentoring organization for seven students to work on projects this summer under the Google Summer of Code (GSoC.) Below is a quick snapshot of the projects and the communication channels for keeping track or participating in the activities the students will generate around themselves as the get to work. […]

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