Python… To use 2.7 or to go for 3.x? To “be compatible” or to “use fancy new features”. Next year Python 2 gets finally unsupported upstream. Kolla state Kolla can run under Python 2.7 or 3.x and results will be the same. All
There are several posts and videos around recent discussion in “ARM announces Ares” thread on Real World Technologies website. People quote Linus Torvalds like crazy… SBBR Yes, we need AArch64 (real Arm64 architecture name) systems for developers. SBBR compliant ones so
My current server is few years old. And now runs plain Debian. Beginning I started using that server during my work at Canonical. So it got Ubuntu installed. According to OVH panel it was 13.04 release. Then 13.10, 14.04 and finally 16.04 landed.
I am tired of useless discussions. Tired of “we are talking about servers and desktop, not toys” which needs to happen in EVERY arm64 discussion sooner or later. It was that way in “Qt: GL or GLES on arm64” thread on
Imagine that you have a package to build. Sometimes it takes minutes. Other one takes hours. And then you run htop and see that your machine is idle during such build… You may ask “Why?” and the answer would be
During last few months I was working on getting Kolla running on AArch64 and POWER architectures. It was a long journey with several bumps but finally ended. When I started in January I had no idea how much work it will