My certificate has expired, so I went to https://admin.rpmfusion.org/accounts/user/gencert to generate a new one. Clicking on the generate certificate link ends up with the browser loading for ages, and eventually a 500 error. I guess something is broken?
Hi everybody. I have just bought a Radeon RX480 and I started looking if
AMDGPU-Pro (propertary drivers) package is available in Fedora RPMFusion
repositories, but it is not.
There are SRPMs into RHEL7 AMDGPU-Pro drivers, so I was wondering how
much effort would require converting them for Fedora...
This morning we had a discussion on Freenode about it, but it's better
to restart it here, so we can better keep track of what we need to
accomplish the work of including them into RPMFusion.
Is it possible to ask for an override for a package in Fedora proper?
Kodi 17 beta 6 requires libcec 4.0 and Fedora 25 currently ships 3.1. The libcec 4.0
update is entering updates-testing now. Without an override there will be a short
window where Fedora users may try to upgrade and get a dependency failure.
I've just saw that chromium was banned to RPM Fusion whislist
I haven't see any message from the developers mailing list where this
has been discussed.
To be, the only valid reason why a software can be banned from the
repo is that it cannot be redistributed.