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  • Fedora 22 Is Now Ready For POWER & IBM Z Systems

    Phoronix: Fedora 22 Is Now Ready For POWER & IBM Z Systems

    Announced today are the Fedora 22 releases for alternative architectures of POWER and IBM Z systems...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...22-POWER-IBM-Z

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    Fedora 22 has been by far the most irritating experience so far. I've started using Fedora since Fedora 16 and until now Fedora 16 and Fedora 20 have been the only releases that went on smooth.

    Now that Fedora 22 got released for mainframe and alternative architectures, let me inform you that you might run into issues if you try updating your system through a chroot environment. Specially alternative architectures are known to *tweak* things.

    If you chroot and want to dnf update your system then you might run into gpgme errors most of the time. To avoid this please apply --nogpgcheck once updating through either yum or dnf.

    Hope these irritations are being worked on really soon. So far the people where quite helpful and replied fast.

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