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cleaning of old power patch
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first 96boards enterprise board which will be on a market?
my work on kolla
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faculty of information technology, brno
technical museum, warsaw
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the centre for computing history, cambridge
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nokia and their standard batteries
system calls again
linaro connect: interesting hardware
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skip to content marcin juszkiewicz random mumblings of arm/aarch64 developer. menu projects contact archives first 96boards enterprise board which will be on a market? i am at linaro connect in budapest, hungary. and on arrow’s stand i noticed something i did not expected — 96boards enterprise edition form factor board. in past linaro presented ‘husky’ and ‘cello’ devboards in 96boards ee form factor. none of them ever reached production. only few prototypes existed (had some of them in hands). both products were complete failures. systart oxalis ls1020a got announced about month ago. they target routers, iot gateways type devices with it. as you can see board has ports all over the edges but that’s fault of 96boards ee specification which mandate such broken designs. when i saw it first time my question was “where is pcie slot?” but found out that (according to spec) it is optional. board has mini-pcie slot on bottom side anyway. speaking of design… oxalis is made from two parts: carrier board and som (system on module). som is based on nxp network processor qoriq® ls1012a processor (single arm cortex-a53 core running up to 800 mhz) with 64mb of spi flash (space for bootloader!) and 1gb of memory. carrier board gives two gbe network ports, two usb 3.0 connectors, standard 96boards header, one sata port (with power!), microsd and mini-pcie slot (on bottom side). the beauty of such design is that you can replace cpu board with something different. according to dieter kiermaier from arrow there are plans for other som board in future. will it be success? time will show. will i buy it? rather not as for my development i need 16gb ram. will it have case? not asked. when on market? may/june 2017. authorauthor marcin juszkiewiczposted on 6 march 2017tags 96boards, aarch64, linaro, linaroconnectleave a comment on first 96boards enterprise board which will be on a market? my work on kolla during last month i was working on one of openstack projects: kolla. my job was adding support for non-x86 architectures: aarch64 and ppc64le. also resurrecting debian support. a bit of background at linaro we work on getting aarch64 (64-bit arm, arm64) to be present in many places. we have at least two openstack instances running at the moment – on aarch64 hardware only. first we used debian/jessie and openstack ‘liberty’ version. was working. not best but we helped many projects by providing virtual machines for porting software. it was built from packages and later (when ‘mitaka’ was released) we moved to virtualenv per component. out second “cloud” runs that. with proper neutron networking, live migration and few other nice things. but virtualenvs were done as quick solution. we decided to move to docker containers for next release. and kolla was chosen as a tool for it. we do not like to reinvent the wheel again and again… non-x86 support in kolla the problem was typical: kolla being x86-64 centric. as most of software nowadays. but thanks to work done by sajauddin mohammad i had something to use as a base for adding aarch64 support. i took his patch, slashed out most of it and concentrated on getting minimal changes needed to get something built on aarch64 . effect was sent for review and is now at 10th version. docker images started to appear. but at beginning i was building ubuntu ones as debian support was “basically abandoned, on a way out”. from centos guys i got confirmation that official docker image will be generated (it is done already). i spent some time on making sure that whole non-x86 support is free from any hardcoding wherever possible. as you can see in my working branch it went quite well. most of arch related changes are related to “distro does not provide package zys for that architecture” or to handling of external repositories. debian support and here we come to debian support. at linaro we decided to support two community based distributions: centos and debian. but debian was on a way out in kolla… as this was not related much to non-x86 work i decided to use one of x86-64 machines for that stuff. first builds were against ‘jessie-backports’ base tag. i had to make a patch to tell apt that if i want backports then i really want them. it was sent for review as rest of patches. images were building but not so many as for ubuntu. so i went through all of them and enabled debian where it was possible. resulting patch went for review as usual. effect was quite nice (on x86-64): debian-binary: 158 debian-source: 201 but ‘jessie’ was missing several packages even with backports enabled. so after discussion with my team i decided to drop it and go for debian/testing ‘stretch’ one instead. it is already frozen for release so no big changes are allowed. patch in review of course. at that moment i abandoned one of previous patches as ‘jessie-backports’ was not something i planned to support. turned out that ‘stretch’ images have a bit different set of packages installed than ‘jessie’ had. so ‘gnupg’ and ‘dirmngr’ were missing while we need them for importing gpg keys into apt. proper patch went to review again. did rebuild on x86-64: stretch-binary: 137 stretch-source: 195 a bit less than ‘jessie-backports’ had, right? sure, but it also shows that i have to make a new build to check numbers (laptop already has ~1500 docker images generated by kolla). cleaning of old power patch remember the patch which all that started from? i did not forgot it and after building all those images i went back to it. some parts are just fugly so i skipped them but others were useful if done properly. that’s how new changes were done and some updates to previous ones. then i managed to put remote hands on one of power machines at red hat and started builds: debian-binary: 134 debian-source: 184 ubuntu-binary: 147 ubuntu-source: 190 no centos builds as there was no centos/ppc64le image available. summary non-x86 support looks quite nice. there are some images which can not be built as they rely on external repositories so no aarch64 nor ppc64le packages to use. debian ‘stretch’ support is not perfect yet but it is something which i plan to maintain so situation will be going to improve. note that most of my work will go into ‘source’ type of builds as we want to have same images for both debian and centos systems. authorauthor marcin juszkiewiczposted on 22 february 201722 february 2017tags aarch64, linaro, openstackleave a comment on my work on kolla fresh wordpress i am running my blog for nearly 12 years now. and through all those years it was running same wordpress installation. until today. at beginning it was wordpress multiuser (wpmu) as i used it to run both my blog and website for my consulting company. it was fun. some wp plugins were working with wpmu, some not. then wordpress developers decided to merge both projects into one. and it was good. when i started blogging i did not used categories for posts but tagged them instead. months turned into years and at some moment wp got tags natively so ultimatetagwarrior plugin went to trash (after converting to wp tags). i was changing blog theme every few years to bring some change. the other thing which was changing was http server – from apache to lighttpd and now it is powered by nginx + php-fpm. company website got trashed in meantime. our wedding page appeared for few months as other blog. there was map with all required placemarks for church, flower shops, family homes, hotels and other useful services. wish list for those who wanted to know what to give was also present. with “sepulki” as last entry — no one knows what “sepulki” are as they appear in one of lem’s books. the only known thing is that you need to be married to be allowed to use them. some guests had interesting ideas for it ;d at some moment i had a page with mira’s photos. page required registration and logging. long time removed. and then ania (my wife) requested page for her psychotherapist services. so she got it. at some moment i was running three different domains using one wp installation. it was mess. terrible mess. at some moment there were authorization issues so i had to change something… so now i have fresh wordpress installed. websites partially restored from backup to not keep settings/tables from long time not used plugins. hope it will work fine ;d authorauthor marcin juszkiewiczposted on 18 february 2017tags website, wordpressleave a comment on fresh wordpress 2016: computer museums during previous year i visited some computer related museums. not every i planned to but still there were a few of them. faculty of information technology, brno in february, during devconf.cz conference, i visited their small “it museum” where several machines used in czechoslovakia were presented. there were mainframe setups, several storage units and operating memories from different decades. 80s (and 90s) called with several zx spectrum clones, pmd-85 with it’s clones and some other microcomputers from this side of iron curtain. it was nice place to visit even just to see all those computers made in czechoslovakia. for more photos please go to my “2016-02 devconf.cz it museum” album. technical museum, warsaw in april i came to warsaw for opensource day conference. and visited technical museum there to see some polish computers of mainframe era. there were many interesting machines. one of them was akat-1, the first transistor-based differential equation analyzer: other was k-202 — first polish 16bit computer. never became popular due to being shutdown by goverment. few years later mera 400 was released. it used k-202 technology: there were also few odra systems: for full resolution photos go to my muzeum techniki w warszawie album. the national museum of computing, bletchley park may came. i went to uk to visit bletchley park. awesome place to visit. and right next to it is the national museum of computing (tnmoc in short). inside there is history. i mean history. by mistake i entered museum through wrong door and started from oldest exhibition. it was showing the story of breaking lorentz code used by germany during second world war. and hardware designed for it. contrary to enigma there was no lorentz machines in allies possession. rebuild of british tunny machine: rebuild of heath robinson machine: next to it was room with working replica of first computer: colossus. and here you can see it running: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4utrfv0hwi] there were several other computers of course. i saw icl 2900 system, several elliotts and pdp systems, some ibm machines and others from 50-70s. one of them was harwell dekatron computer (also known as witch). it is oldest working computer: then there was wide selection of microcomputers from 80s and 90s. several british ones and others from anywhere else. there was a shelf with tube extensions for bbc micro but it lacked arm1 one: for full resolution photos check my the national museum of computing album. the centre for computing history, cambridge this museum was on my list for far too long. when i was in cambridge few years ago it was closed. next time i did not managed to find time to go there. finally, during last linaro sprint, we agreed that we have to go there and we went during lunch break. for me the main reason of going there was my wish to see arm1 cpu. it was available only as tube (extension board for bbc micro) and only for some selected companies which makes it quite rare. the first thing i saw after entering museum was “macroprocesor”. imagine cpu in size of 70s mainframe with led on each line, register bit etc. next room was arranged in a form of british classroom. set of bbc micro computers arranged with monitors, manuals, programs. and then i went to look around. there were many different computers shown. some behind glass, some turned on with possibility to play with them (or on them). it was opportunity to see how design was changing through all those years. there were also several acorn machines — both arm and 6502 powered ones. as most of computer museums that one also has some exclusive content. this time it was next workstation which was used as first web server by tim berners-lee: and apple macintosh se 30 owned by douglas adams, author of “hitchhiker guide to the galaxy”. note a towel on top of computer: other interesting thing was comparison of storage density through all those years. note 5mb hard drive being loaded into plane in top right corner. and again — for more pictures and higher resolution visit my the centre for computing history album. 2017 plans in 2017 i would like to visit computer history museum in mountain view and museum in paderborn. maybe something more 😉 authorauthor marcin juszkiewiczposted on 2 january 2017tags arm, computers, home-computer, museum, retrocomputing1 comment on 2016: computer museums nokia and their standard batteries nokia. a company everyone knows and most of us probably even used one of their phones in past. they were better or worse but one thing was good – most of them shared batteries… my daughter (8.5y old) uses nokia e50 as her daily phone. sim card is covered by duct tape to not fall out when phone hit a floor (previous one went missing in such situation). mira records how she and her friends sing, does some photo sessions to her dolls etc. but during weekend phone stopped charging. hm… is it charger? nope, it was original nokia one. tried some crappy chinese one with same result. so let’s check the battery. opened drawer, took nokia 101. inside was bl-5cb battery. inserted into e50 got phone back online. but i like my 101 and keep it as a spare just in case. digged in a drawer with old devices. the one where i keep sharp zaurus c760, sony ericsson k750i, openmoko fic-gta01bv3 and few other pieces of junk with some sentimental value. what i found there was nokia 6230i which i got from ross burton during guadec 2007. last time i used it about 5 years ago. but it had original nokia bl-5c inside! so i put that battery inside of e50, plugged charger and guess what… it started charging and phone booted! with over 11 years old battery! during next few days i will buy bl-5c clone somewhere (they are 3-8€ now) and put it in my daughter’s phone. authorauthor marcin juszkiewiczposted on 28 november 2016tags nokia, phone, symbian system calls again few months ago i created a page with html table. for own use basically. then presented it to the people and found out that it got useful for them. so started improving and improving so it became side project. yes, system calls again. i wrote about it in past but yesterday i rewrote code so it now uses linux source so i can generate tables for far more architectures without need of other computers (either real or emulated). next step was work on presentation layer. old version was just table with added sorting. things were ugly when scrolled as header was gone. now it sticks to the top of page so it is easier to note which column relates to which architecture. odd/even lines are coloured now which makes is easier to find numbers for syscall. and speaking of searching — there is filter box now. you can type syscall name (or part of it) there and have table filtered. same can be done with system call number as well. you used valgrind and it said that has no idea how to handle syscall 145? just enter number and you see that it is getresuid(), nfsservctl(), readv(), sched_getscheduler(), setreuid() or setrlimit() — depends which architecture you are testing. you wonder what that that system call does? there are links to man pages provided. go here to check it out and comment here, open a new issue if you found a bug or would like to colaborate. patches are welcome. authorauthor marcin juszkiewiczposted on 12 october 201612 october 2016tags aarch64, arm, debian, fedora, linaro, ubuntu, x86 linaro connect: interesting hardware before going for linaro connect i had a plan to look at all those 96boards devices and write some complains/opinions about them. but it would be like shooting fish in a barrel so i decided against. but there were some interesting pieces of hardware there. one of them was macchiatobin board from solidrun. i think that this is same as their armada 8040 community board but after design changes. standard mini-itx format, quad core cortex-a72 cpu (with upto 2ghz clock), one normal dimm slot (max 16gb, ships with 4gb), three serial-ata ports, pci-express x4 slot, one usb 3.0 port, microsd slot. update: solidrun confirmed – this is final design of their armada 8040 community board. photo (done by riku voipio) shows which goodies are available: network interfaces from top to bottom are (if i remember correctly): 10gbe (sfp + rj-45) 10gbe (sfp + rj-45) 2.5gbe (sfp) 1gbe (rj-45) when it comes to software i was told that board is sbsa compliant so any normal distribution should work. kernel, bootloaders (u-boot and uefi) are mainlined. price? 350usd. looks like nice candidate for aarch64 development platform or nas. other device was gumstix nodana 96bce board which is 96boards complaint carrierboard for intel joule modules. on top it looks like typical 96boards device (except usb c port): but once reversed intel joule module is visible: this is first non-arm based 96boards device. maybe even one of most compliant ones. at least from software perspective because when it comes to hardware then module makes it a bit too thick to fit in 96boards ce specification limits. note that 96boards consumer electronics specification does not require using arm or aarch64 cpu. authorauthor marcin juszkiewiczposted on 11 october 20161 november 2016tags 96boards, aarch64, amd64, fedora, linaro, linaroconnect, ubuntu1 comment on linaro connect: interesting hardware linaro connect: las vegas sightseeing one of cool things of being linaro assignee is going to linaro connect conference. this time it was las vegas, usa. i was flying berlin tegel -> london heathrow -> las vegas. last part was fun as i met several linaro folks at the airport ;d arrived in vegas, went to hotel and fall asleep. sunday was planned for some ingress playing and for sightseeing. as usual i had several places marked on google maps to make things easier. so sunday… it was really sun day. i took some water with me and refueled several times during day just to stay hydrated. with las vegas climate i was not even felt sweety as it vaporated right away… but let’s start from beginning. i walked few hundred meters from hotel and caught public transport bus which took me to freemont street (or somewhere around). when i walked i felt like the only person on the earth or in a no-go zone. there was basically no one on the street. after some walking and few photos i got asked something like “who are you and what you are doing here???” from security guy. it turned out that some part of freemont street (and surroundings) were closed due to some arts/music festival. i probably missed some ‘no entry’ plate… anyway i did not get any problems and was pointed where the gate is. walked around, saw some places, bought souvenirs (including fridge magnet to my collection), another water bottles and decided to walk to another point on my map. yes, it may feel strange but i walked. and walked. and walked. then arts district happened. omg it was awesome. deserted streets, shops with some retro furniture/stuff, shops with some crazy junk, shop with wax figures from last supper etc. but the best part was murals and graffitis. lot of them, different styles and quality. i spent about 2 hours just walking there and taking photos. next step was the strip. all those big hotel/casino buildings. at circus circus i found room with arcade machines and spent 25 cents on galaga. in venetian i looked at their version of venice canals (have to go to venice and compare one day :d). few minutes later i saw eiffel tower (or rather miniature version of it). decided to skip searching for copy of statue of liberty and instead crossed street and went to take a look at bellagio fountains show. have to admit that it was nice. i saw three shows (had to sort few things around) and then took a cab back to the hotel. [youtube https://youtu.be/q0gbokjabry] more photos in google photos album authorauthor marcin juszkiewiczposted on 30 september 201629 september 2016tags conferences, linaro, linaroconnect, travels linaro connect: good to be back one of things you do while you are at linaro is going to linaro connect conferences. my previous one was 2012 copenhagen one so it was good to be back. all those people from different companies or projects… some faces i recognized, some not. several people recognized me, some said that my beard complicated it. fun ;d discussions about random things, random hacking (not all snow chromebooks are the same), talks to attend, talks to give… and speaking of speaking — our team had a speak about openstack on aarch64. it was recorded but volume level is very low. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5xmat6h3je] complaining. sure, there was some. and i got my badge upgraded just to show all those impersonators that i am back. there was jetlag as usual so i was a bit of excluded from evening events but those which i attended were great. like team dinner with the big kahuna cheeseburger (with sprite to drink). next year i have to organize trip in a way that i would do some personal sightseeing on a week before conference. according to rumours it would be in one of areas where i have some places to visit ;d authorauthor marcin juszkiewiczposted on 29 september 2016tags conferences, linaro, linaroconnect downgrading fedora ‘rawhide’ -> fedora 24 time to downgrade my main desktop finally came. this time i decided to provide more details about process as my system uses rawhide with set of external repositories (rpm fusion (official + my rebuilds), few copr ones etc). so first step is to enable caching because dnf by default erases all downloaded packages. and downgrade involves fetching many of them. edit ‘/etc/dnf/dnf.conf’ file and add “keepcache=1” line there. first try: 10:48 root@puchatek:hrw# dnf --releasever 24 --disablerepo rawhide --enablerepo fedora --enablerepo updates distro-sync --best --allowerasing error: package python2-deltarpm-3.6-17.fc25.x86_64 requires deltarpm(x86-64) = 3.6-17.fc25, but none of the providers can be installed. package libcrypt-nss-2.24.90-6.fc26.x86_64 requires glibc(x86-64) = 2.24.90-6.fc26, but none of the providers can be installed. package gmp-c++-1:6.1.1-1.fc25.x86_64 requires gmp(x86-64) = 1:6.1.1-1.fc25, but none of the providers can be installed. package iproute-tc-4.7.0-1.fc26.x86_64 requires iproute(x86-64) = 4.7.0-1.fc26, but none of the providers can be installed. package ffmpeg-libs-3.1.1-1.fc26.x86_64 requires libvpx.so.4()(64bit), but none of the providers can be installed. package pcre-cpp-8.39-3.fc26.x86_64 requires pcre(x86-64) = 8.39-3.fc26, but none of the providers can be installed. package perl-libintl-perl-1.26-1.fc25.x86_64 requires perl(:module_compat_5.24.0), but none of the providers can be installed. package python3-rpm-4.13.0-0.rc1.46.fc26.x86_64 requires rpm(x86-64) = 4.13.0-0.rc1.46.fc26, but none of the providers can be installed. package systemd-pam-231-4.fc26.x86_64 requires systemd = 231-4.fc26, but none of the providers can be installed. package libvirt-libs-2.2.0-1.fc26.x86_64 requires libxenlight.so.4.7()(64bit), but none of the providers can be installed. package glibc-2.24.90-6.fc26.i686 requires glibc-common = 2.24.90-6.fc26, but none of the providers can be installed. package python2-rpm-4.13.0-0.rc1.46.fc26.x86_64 requires rpm(x86-64) = 4.13.0-0.rc1.46.fc26, but none of the providers can be installed. nothing provides libhogweed.so.2()(64bit) needed by ffmpeg-libs-2.6.3-1.fc22.x86_64. package ffmpeg-libs-3.1.1-1.fc26.x86_64 requires libvpx.so.4()(64bit), but none of the providers can be installed as you see there is set of blockers. one of them is “ffmpeg-libs” from rpm fusion, others are from normal fedora repositories. one of reasons can be that packages got split/renamed since f24. let’s try to handle some of them: 10:52 root@puchatek:hrw# dnf --releasever 24 --disablerepo rawhide --enablerepo fedora --enablerepo updates --best --allowerasing downgrade rpm glibc dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ package arch version repository size ================================================================================ installing: rpm-python x86_64 4.13.0-0.rc1.27.fc24 fedora 102 k rpm-python3 x86_64 4.13.0-0.rc1.27.fc24 fedora 102 k removing: libcrypt-nss i686 2.24.90-6.fc26 @rawhide 34 k libcrypt-nss x86_64 2.24.90-6.fc26 @rawhide 36 k python2-rpm x86_64 4.13.0-0.rc1.46.fc26 @rawhide 182 k python3-rpm x86_64 4.13.0-0.rc1.46.fc26 @rawhide 190 k downgrading: glibc i686 2.23.1-10.fc24 updates 4.3 m glibc x86_64 2.23.1-10.fc24 updates 3.6 m glibc-common x86_64 2.23.1-10.fc24 updates 862 k glibc-devel i686 2.23.1-10.fc24 updates 936 k glibc-devel x86_64 2.23.1-10.fc24 updates 936 k glibc-headers x86_64 2.23.1-10.fc24 updates 501 k glibc-langpack-en x86_64 2.23.1-10.fc24 updates 276 k glibc-langpack-pl x86_64 2.23.1-10.fc24 updates 133 k glibc-static x86_64 2.23.1-10.fc24 updates 1.5 m rpm x86_64 4.13.0-0.rc1.27.fc24 fedora 513 k rpm-build x86_64 4.13.0-0.rc1.27.fc24 fedora 139 k rpm-build-libs x86_64 4.13.0-0.rc1.27.fc24 fedora 117 k rpm-libs x86_64 4.13.0-0.rc1.27.fc24 fedora 295 k rpm-plugin-selinux x86_64 4.13.0-0.rc1.27.fc24 fedora 54 k rpm-plugin-systemd-inhibit x86_64 4.13.0-0.rc1.27.fc24 fedora 54 k transaction summary ================================================================================ install 2 packages remove 4 packages downgrade 15 packages total download size: 14 m is this ok [y/n]: went fine. so next set of blockers goes: 10:54 root@puchatek:hrw# dnf --releasever 24 --disablerepo rawhide --enablerepo fedora --enablerepo updates --best --allowerasing downgrade *deltarpm* gmp* iproute* dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ package arch version repository size ================================================================================ installing: python-deltarpm x86_64 3.6-15.fc24 fedora 37 k removing: gmp-c++ x86_64 1:6.1.1-1.fc25 @rawhide 23 k iproute-tc x86_64 4.7.0-1.fc26 @rawhide 660 k python2-deltarpm x86_64 3.6-17.fc25 @rawhide 44 k downgrading: deltarpm x86_64 3.6-15.fc24 fedora 89 k gmp i686 1:6.1.1-1.fc24 updates 305 k gmp x86_64 1:6.1.1-1.fc24 updates 315 k gmp-devel x86_64 1:6.1.1-1.fc24 updates 185 k iproute x86_64 4.4.0-3.fc24 fedora 658 k iptables x86_64 1.4.21-16.fc24 fedora 425 k iptables-services x86_64 1.4.21-16.fc24 fedora 53 k transaction summary ================================================================================ install 1 package remove 3 packages downgrade 7 packages total download size: 2.0 m is this ok [y/n]: y downloading packages: (1/8): deltarpm-3.6-15.fc24.x86_64.rpm 139 kb/s | 89 kb 00:00 (2/8): gmp-6.1.1-1.fc24.x86_64.rpm 384 kb/s | 315 kb 00:00 (3/8): gmp-6.1.1-1.fc24.i686.rpm 320 kb/s | 305 kb 00:00 (4/8): gmp-devel-6.1.1-1.fc24.x86_64.rpm 445 kb/s | 185 kb 00:00 (5/8): iptables-services-1.4.21-16.fc24.x86_64. 437 kb/s | 53 kb 00:00 (6/8): python-deltarpm-3.6-15.fc24.x86_64.rpm 303 kb/s | 37 kb 00:00 (7/8): iptables-1.4.21-16.fc24.x86_64.rpm 1.0 mb/s | 425 kb 00:00 (8/8): iproute-4.4.0-3.fc24.x86_64.rpm 1.1 mb/s | 658 kb 00:00 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- total 475 kb/s | 2.0 mb 00:04 running transaction check transaction check succeeded. running transaction test the downloaded packages were saved in cache until the next successful transaction. you can remove cached packages by executing 'dnf clean packages'. error: transaction check error: file /usr/lib64/libip4tc.so.0.1.0 from install of iptables-1.4.21-16.fc24.x86_64 conflicts with file from package iptables-libs-1.6.0-2.fc25.x86_64 file /usr/lib64/libip6tc.so.0.1.0 from install of iptables-1.4.21-16.fc24.x86_64 conflicts with file from package iptables-libs-1.6.0-2.fc25.x86_64 file /usr/lib64/libiptc.so.0.0.0 from install of iptables-1.4.21-16.fc24.x86_64 conflicts with file from package iptables-libs-1.6.0-2.fc25.x86_64 error summary ------------- so let’s go level deeper with packaging: 10:56 root@puchatek:packages# rpm -e iptables-libs error: failed dependencies: iptables-libs(x86-64) = 1.6.0-2.fc25 is needed by (installed) iptables-1.6.0-2.fc25.x86_64 libip4tc.so.0()(64bit) is needed by (installed) iptables-1.6.0-2.fc25.x86_64 libip4tc.so.0()(64bit) is needed by (installed) systemd-231-4.fc26.x86_64 libip4tc.so.0()(64bit) is needed by (installed) systemd-container-231-4.fc26.x86_64 libip6tc.so.0()(64bit) is needed by (installed) iptables-1.6.0-2.fc25.x86_64 libxtables.so.11()(64bit) is needed by (installed) iptables-1.6.0-2.fc25.x86_64 libxtables.so.11()(64bit) is needed by (installed) iproute-tc-4.7.0-1.fc26.x86_64 10:57 root@puchatek:packages# rpm -e iptables-libs --nodeps iproute-tc 10:57 root@puchatek:packages# rpm --oldpackage -u iptables-1.4.21-16.fc24.x86_64.rpm and repeat previous dnf command as it works this time. so next set of blockers has to go: 11:00 root@puchatek:packages# dnf --releasever 24 --disablerepo rawhide --enablerepo fedora --enablerepo updates --best --allowerasing downgrade systemd* libvirt* pcre* dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ package arch version repository size ================================================================================ installing: systemd-compat-libs x86_64 229-13.fc24 updates 152 k removing: libvirt-libs x86_64 2.2.0-1.fc26 @rawhide 22 m pcre-cpp x86_64 8.39-3.fc26 @rawhide 39 k perl-sys-virt x86_64 2.2.0-1.fc26 @rawhide 824 k systemd-pam x86_64 231-4.fc26 @rawhide 282 k downgrading: libvirt x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 47 k libvirt-client x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 4.4 m libvirt-daemon x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 619 k libvirt-daemon-config-network x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 47 k libvirt-daemon-config-nwfilter x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 50 k libvirt-daemon-driver-interface x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 90 k libvirt-daemon-driver-libxl x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 163 k libvirt-daemon-driver-lxc x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 724 k libvirt-daemon-driver-network x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 241 k libvirt-daemon-driver-nodedev x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 89 k libvirt-daemon-driver-nwfilter x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 114 k libvirt-daemon-driver-qemu x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 528 k libvirt-daemon-driver-secret x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 82 k libvirt-daemon-driver-storage x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 274 k libvirt-daemon-driver-uml x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 98 k libvirt-daemon-driver-vbox x86_64 1.3.3.2-1.fc24 updates 197 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================================================================================ install 1 package remove 4 packages downgrade 54 packages total download size: 80 m is this ok [y/n]: [..] error: transaction check error: file /usr/lib64/libpcre32.so.0.0.7 from install of pcre-8.39-3.fc24.x86_64 conflicts with file from package pcre-utf32-8.39-3.fc26.x86_64 file /usr/lib64/libpcre16.so.0.2.7 from install of pcre-8.39-3.fc24.x86_64 conflicts with file from package pcre-utf16-8.39-3.fc26.x86_64 let’s go back to rpm: 11:14 root@puchatek:packages# rpm -e pcre-utf16 pcre-utf32 --nodeps 11:14 root@puchatek:packages# dnf --releasever 24 --disablerepo rawhide --enablerepo fedora --enablerepo updates --best --allowerasing downgrade -y "pcre*" dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ package arch version repository size ================================================================================ removing: pcre-cpp x86_64 8.39-3.fc26 @rawhide 39 k downgrading: pcre i686 8.39-3.fc24 updates 413 k pcre x86_64 8.39-3.fc24 updates 404 k pcre-devel x86_64 8.39-3.fc24 updates 544 k pcre2 x86_64 10.21-6.fc24 updates 414 k transaction summary ================================================================================ remove 1 package downgrade 4 packages total size: 1.7 m downloading packages: [..] complete! now previous dnf command succeddes. last blocker is “perl-libintl-perl” package. in f24 it was named “perl-libintl” so dnf is not able to handle downgrading. simplest way is removal of it. will install removed packages later. 11:23 root@puchatek:packages# dnf remove perl-libintl-perl dependencies resolved. ================================================================================ package arch version repository size ================================================================================ removing: libpaper x86_64 1.1.24-12.fc24 @rawhide 83 k mutt x86_64 5:1.7.0-1.fc26 @rawhide 5.4 m 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2.000003-3.fc25 @rawhide 39 k perl-selfloader noarch 1.23-378.fc26 @rawhide 23 k perl-text-balanced noarch 2.03-365.fc25 @rawhide 153 k perl-type-tiny noarch 1.000005-7.fc25 @rawhide 581 k perl-unicode-eastasianwidth noarch 1.33-8.fc25 @rawhide 13 k perl-libintl-perl x86_64 1.26-1.fc25 @rawhide 4.2 m perl-strictures noarch 2.000003-2.fc25 @rawhide 34 k pgp-tools x86_64 2.2-3.fc25 @rawhide 449 k texinfo x86_64 6.1-3.fc25 @rawhide 4.5 m tokyocabinet x86_64 1.4.48-6.fc24 @rawhide 1.3 m urlview x86_64 0.9-19.20131022git08767a.fc24 @rawhide 49 k transaction summary ================================================================================ remove 31 packages installed size: 39 m is this ok [y/n]: y ok. all blockers removed. time to call distro-sync: 11:24 root@puchatek:packages# dnf --releasever 24 --disablerepo rawhide --enablerepo fedora --enablerepo updates distro-sync --best --allowerasing [.. long list of packages ..] transaction summary ================================================================================ install 11 packages upgrade 13 packages remove 4 packages downgrade 2224 packages total size: 2.1 g total download size: 2.1 g is this ok [y/n]: [..] error: transaction check error: file /usr/lib64/liblua-5.3.so from install of lua-5.3.3-2.fc24.x86_64 conflicts with file from package lua-libs-5.3.3-3.fc25.x86_64 this is less fun… rpm needs lua to work. so i went around. unpacked lua package from f24, then “rpm -e –nodeps lua-libs” and copied “lib64” from just unpacked package directly into system. then downgraded “lua” using dnf. next step? distro sync of course. this time it works. now kernel needs to be taken care of. i had 4.6.0 kernel installed from i have no idea when. booted it and it allowed me to remove all “4.8-rc” kernels i got from rawhide. then simple “dnf install kernel” to get 4.7.2 from updates repo and after one more reboot i got: 15:52 hrw@puchatek:~$ lsb_release -a lsb version: :core-4.1-amd64:core-4.1-noarch:cxx-4.1-amd64:cxx-4.1-noarch:desktop-4.1-amd64:desktop-4.1-noarch:languages-4.1-amd64:languages-4.1-noarch:printing-4.1-amd64:printing-4.1-noarch distributor id: fedora description: fedora release 24 (twenty four) release: 24 codename: twentyfour as you see it took far more time than i expected it will. i learnt that ‘keepcache’ is not enabled (had to fetch 2gb of packages again), found ‘minrate’ dnf config option which helps me avoid slow austrian mirror. authorauthor marcin juszkiewiczposted on 12 september 2016tags fedora, rawhide1 comment on downgrading fedora ‘rawhide’ -> fedora 24 posts navigation page 1 page 2 … page 71 next page search for: search recent posts first 96boards enterprise board which will be on a market? my work on kolla fresh wordpress 2016: computer museums nokia and their standard batteries system calls again linaro connect: interesting hardware linaro connect: las vegas sightseeing linaro connect: good to be back downgrading 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