[Gluster-devel] Gentle reminder: Fedora users: upgrade to Fedora 22
sarumuga at redhat.com
Tue Jul 7 12:29:48 UTC 2015
Steps and Tweaks for upgrading to Fedora 22 :
Fedora 21 to Fedora 22 Upgrade Howto:
# Boot Fedora 21 first
# update the system
# Run this command to bring in all fedora 22 rpms ( this will take some
time - unless you have local mirrors)
fedup --network 22
# Now , you may have faced some issues related to some packages which
are all displayed at last, just
take those logs. This helps just in case you face any issue in the future.
# Now, reboot the system , Select "upgrade" in grub menu.
# After installing packages, system will boot as fc22.
Post Fedora 22 update:
# update all packages in fc22 ( yum becomes dnf here )
sudo dnf update
# If you want to have maximize, minimize buttons install this.
dnf install gnome-tweak-tool.noarch
Open gnome-tweak-tool -> Windows -> ON Maximize, minimize buttons.
# You may want to explore more gnome-tweak-tool depending upon your needs.
On 07/07/2015 05:47 PM, Kaleb KEITHLEY wrote:
> I have knowledge that more than one of our Gluster developers are still
> using Fedora 19 (or earlier?) for their development work.
> This is bad for many reasons, but perhaps the worst one is that Fedora
> 22 ships with gcc-5.1.x. which now defaults to newer versions of the C
> standard among other things.
> One of the practices our developers have that's routinely breaking
> things is the use of 'inline'. Using inline has some subtle traps, e.g.
> using alloca(), and we just shouldn't generally be using it. I.e. we
> shouldn't be using inline.
> The use of inline with gcc-5 is producing other bugs too. Sometimes
> these are compile errors, and worse, some of them are run-time errors
> (like unresolved symbols and core dumps) that are somehow not being seen
> or worse, ignored, during development.
> Please find half an hour and use fedup to update your development box.
> And if you're using an old version of Debian, Ubuntu, or CentOS, the
> same is also true, even if the newer version doesn't have gcc-5 yet.
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