As part of the 2019 ACRN roadmap:
Open vSwitch: Enable Open vSwitch kernel module in SOS as a bridge,
to which NICs inside VMs are connected
bundles/service-os | 1 +
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+)
diff --git a/bundles/service-os b/bundles/service-os
index f86c8d45..28b10eff 100644
@@ -17,6 +17,7 @@ include(thermal_daemon)
# User Software
I am going to automatically enable HTTP/2 by default in all nginx
daemons. The benefits of HTTP/2 are widely known and the fallback
support for clients that don't have it are taken care of.
That means that the `http2` option in the config will become a noop.
Instead, there will be a new `nohttp2` option that will allow you to
disable HTTP/2 support in case this is needed - mostly if you're running
a site behind a proxy that isn't capable of HTTP/2.
Our apache had HTTP/2 enabled by default for a long time, this brings
nginx on par with this respect.
Is there an easy way to visualize/know what pulled in a specific bundle?
As an example: I have done a fresh installation of Clear Linux and I selected a few additional bundles to be installed at the same time (e.g.: desktop-autostart, user-basic and sysadmin-basic). That results in having a total of 216 bundles installed on my system. How can I find out which top-level bundle pulled in python3-basic for example?
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By following the guide at github/clearlinux.org, I add a helloclear-bundle (made some change in helloclear), and then built a repo/update by "mixer build update".
Now, I can access the repo by links/chrome browser.
Can u give me a guide how I use this repo ? For example, How can I use swupd to install this hello-bundle ?
Thanks in advance,
Is it mandatory to have all these to install clearlinux. I am trying
to install it onto a Xeon E5645 2.4 GHz(6 Core) machine but it does
not boot at all. This is Dell precision T5500 workstation without
Checking if host is capable of running Clear Linux* OS
SUCCESS: 64-bit CPU (lm)
SUCCESS: Supplemental Streaming SIMD Extensions 3 (ssse3)
SUCCESS: Streaming SIMD Extensions v4.1 (sse4_1)
SUCCESS: Streaming SIMD Extensions v4.2 (sse4_2)
FAIL: Advanced Encryption Standard instruction set (aes)