On 4/4/20 7:46 AM, Christian Betz wrote:
> * i discovered that swupd is indeed running ldconfig without the "-X"
That's definitely something we should consider, since this appears to be
the second time we've seen this issue appear (previously was a p11-kit
On Thu, 2020-04-30 at 13:50 -0700, Sriram Ramkrishna wrote:
> Thanks for this. Feel free to reach out to me in regards to the
> experience and working with upstream.
Thanks a lot for touching base with us on this regard, I'm really
grateful for the GNOME community being so helpful on addressing issues
that were between us and the latest GNOME release.
> There have been a lot of conversations in regards to other
> orgs/projects that want to put their own flavor on the desktops. So
> it's worth being part of that conversation. Of course, I'm here too -
> let me know how I can help.
Will do, thanks again for your messages! :-)
I fully support the current direction that CL is taking. The explanation makes sense. And for those of us able and willing to customize our own CL images, nothing changes. We can keep using CL as a desktop/production machine and still benefit from all upstream enhancements that are also good for a desktop use case.
However, I do hope that the CL team maintains the Plasma/KDE framework/Qt bundles/desktop combo. The announcement talks about focusing on server and even IoT. Big new updates for Qt for microcontrollers (MCU) are being released (https://www.qt.io/blog/qt-for-mcus-1-1-released).
I’m not a priori against GNOME, but I think it would be wise to still pay attention to KDE/Qt because it is becoming huger than ever.
If you want to develop against libLLVM and libClangWhatever, use
devpkg-llvm. the c-basic bundle should include only "llvm", which is
the Clang compiler.
bundles/c-basic | 2 +-
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)
diff --git a/bundles/c-basic b/bundles/c-basic
index 5dc95636..d342847d 100644
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ libtool
What is a Field Services Supervisor?
As well as attending onsite jobs, field services supervisors have a team of field service operatives working under them to ensure efficient responses to any IT or telecommunication issues customers have.
While still needing reliable technical knowledge themselves, a field services supervisor must both hire and train staff members. The role involves working alongside employees to visit customer needs in the field, including maintenance and repairs on a variety of equipment and machinery.
As we streamline our content<https://community.clearlinux.org/t/changes-coming-to-clear-linux-direction/…>, we are making some changes to the images we offer<https://clearlinux.org/downloads>. These changes are expected to roll out next week.
We will be renaming the `azure` image to `azure-hyperv` and will be removing the `hyperv`, `azure-machine-learning` and `azure-docker` images.
See the migration path for each of the renamed/deprecated images below:
The Change ->User Migration Path
Renaming `azure` image -> Use `azure-hyperv`
Removing `hyperv ` image -> Use `azure-hyperv` as a generation 1 VM. Existing generation 2 VMs will continue working after this change
Removing `azure-machine-learning` image -> Use `azure-hyperv` and run `swupd bundle-add machine-learning-basic`
Removing `azure-docker` image -> Use `azure-hyperv` and run `swupd bundle-add containers-basic`
We have also announced this via our forum<https://community.clearlinux.org/t/change-to-azure-image-offerings-coming-s…>. Feel free to join the conversation there, as well.