In past several friends suggested me to go and donate blood. For some reason I skipped that. Until today. At Red Hat we have those “We are Red Hat week” (WARHW in short) events. Do not ask me what is
In last months I did two rebuilds: NodeJS 4.x in Fedora and OpenStack Mitaka in CentOS. Both were targeting AArch64 and both were not done before. During latter one I was asked to write about my workflow, so will describe it
Few hours ago, somewhere in some hotel in Bangkok Linaro Connect has started. So during morning coffee I watched keynote and noticed that Jon Masters presented RHELSA 7.2 out of the box experience on Huskyboard. And then brand new board
When I started working for Red Hat I got a list of packages in RHEL 7.0 which did not built for AArch64. Some time later I worked on merging those fixes in Fedora and upstream. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0 got released.
When I got APM Mustang at home I knew that one day I will use it to test desktop environments. Lack of graphics and USB kept me away from it. And I am closer now… Yesterday Mark Langsdorf wrote two
I do not remember exactly when I started working on ARMv8 stuff. Checked old emails from Linaro times and found that we discussed AArch64 bootstrap using OpenEmbedded during Linaro Connect Asia (June 2012). But it had to wait a bit… First we