I have been experimenting a bit with a Clear Linux Docker image that can be used to build ACRN (https://projectacrn.org/). While it's really straight-forward to do, the container image is rather large (around 11GB). This is because we take a brute-force approach today and install the os-clr-on-clr bundle to get all our dev tools and dependencies installed.
So I have been looking at installing *only* what is needed in a base image. Using existing bundles and devpkgs, I can bring this down to a 2.8GB image. That's already much better!
Now, if we can add a devpkg-gnu-efi to Clear Linux, I wouldn't need to install the os-core-dev bundle (which is the only that provides /usr/include/efi/efi.h) and the image size would be reduced to 1.3GB! Can we add this?
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Just reopening a thread from earlier in the year related to including
later versions of hplip (refer to the end of this mail).
If I were investigate re-packing a hplip tarball without the closed
source components on a regular basis and serving on GitHub would this
be considered for inclusion?
I'm keen to get the package updated as it enables newer models. I
think this is being considered upstream, but it doesn't look like it's
a priority at the moment.
On 6/3/2019 10:44 AM, Douglas, William wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 2, 2019 at 3:19 PM Peter Ceiley <peter at ceiley.net> wrote:
>> This patch:
>> 1. Upgrades hplip to 3.19.5 (supports new devices)
>> 2. Incorporates the Debian patch to remove closed source
>> ImageProcessor functionality
>> 3. Adds additional deps to enable GUI components
>> 4. Adds an appropriate licence file
> Looks reasonable to me. My reading of their COPYING file is that it
> has MIT, BSD 3 clause, GPL2 and GPL3 though rather than GPL2+.
we also kind of need a doctored tarbal without the binaries?
At present gnome-chess only allows playing against a human.
"stockfish" provides a means to play against a computer.
The stockfish chess engine is detected by gnome-chess
automatically and can be selected via "Preferences".
This package should be bundled with the gnome-chess bundle.
Juro Bystricky (1):
stockfish: Autospec creation for version 10
- Update restic to 0.9.5 and resolve #1075
- Install man files
- Install bash + zsh completion
Note: this patch manually adds back licence files as autospec is not
adding them automatically.
- Update rclone to 1.48.0 to resolve #1076
- Install man page
- Include description and summary
Note: this also manually adds licence files back in as autospec is not
picking these up automatically.