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  • Jabberwocky
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    Originally posted by berolinux View Post

    Anything we do is 100% open. Our build system is abf, available at https://abf.io/tour/sources
    The only not fully open thing we use is github (seemed to be a good idea at the time because everyone already has an account there anyway, less trouble to sign up to report a bug or send a fix), but we do have local copies of all of our repositories and are prepared to move to a self-hosted https://onedev.io/ instance if and when github messes up.
    I've been out of the loop here. Thanks for sharing this info.

    I'm always happy to see that hackers are able to tune software to their specific hardware needs.

    Personally I don't mind using github. It's a good idea to have a self-hosted alternative to not be 100% depended on it. Onedev looks pretty neat. It has a lot of bells and whistles on the frontend and the backend. Heck even helm charts. Not bad.

    Good luck with the project!

    PS: Well done on moving to dnf, it's worth the effort IMO.

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  • usta
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    thx for fast fix

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  • usta
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    Typo : KDE Plamsa 5.27.3

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  • Estranged1906
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    Originally posted by xpris View Post
    Nice. There is even gnome and lxqt ISOs. Worth to check.
    Not sure if that's so great. OpenMandriva, Mageia, and ROSA are already three Mandriva successors (OpenMandriva being the "official" one I guess) that are all spread thin in terms of both developer manpower and market/mindshare. I would prefer to see them join forces and focus on become THE go-to easy-to-use KDE Plasma distro. Like what Suse used to be before they were forced to adopt Gnome after being acquired by Novell. LXQt is fine too as it's Qt based so probably lots of synergies. But who's going to install OpenMandriva GNOME? What's the point? Who's the target user?

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  • skeevy420
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    Originally posted by berolinux View Post

    Not this time (but we have a znver1 build, so at least AMD x86-64-v3 is covered). Switching from znver1 to x86-64-v3 and possibly adding x86-64-v4 is in the plans for a future release.
    Please don't. I run an x86_64_v3 distribution and still compile stuff as znver2 due to v3 being too much of a compromise for AMD. Maybe Intel, but I don't have one of those

    Code:
    gcc -Q -march=x86-64-v3 -mtune=generic --help=target > v3.txt​
    gcc -Q -march=znver1 -mtune=generic --help=target > znver1.txt
    
    --- /home/skeevy420/v3.txt
    +++ /home/skeevy420/znver1.txt
    @@ -9,11 +9,11 @@
       -m8bit-idiv                         [disabled]
       -m96bit-long-double                 [disabled]
       -mabi=                              sysv
    -  -mabm                               [disabled]
    +  -mabm                               [enabled]
       -maccumulate-outgoing-args          [disabled]
       -maddress-mode=                     long
    -  -madx                               [disabled]
    -  -maes                               [disabled]
    +  -madx                               [enabled]
    +  -maes                               [enabled]
       -malign-data=                       compat
       -malign-double                      [disabled]
       -malign-functions=                  0
    @@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
       -mamx-int8                          [disabled]
       -mamx-tile                          [disabled]
       -mandroid                           [disabled]
    -  -march=                             x86-64-v3
    +  -march=                             znver1
       -masm=                              att
       -mavx                               [enabled]
       -mavx2                              [enabled]
    @@ -57,9 +57,9 @@
       -mcet-switch                        [disabled]
       -mcld                               [disabled]
       -mcldemote                          [disabled]
    -  -mclflushopt                        [disabled]
    +  -mclflushopt                        [enabled]
       -mclwb                              [disabled]
    -  -mclzero                            [disabled]
    +  -mclzero                            [enabled]
       -mcmodel=                           [default]
       -mcpu=                              
       -mcrc32                             [enabled]
    @@ -79,7 +79,7 @@
       -mforce-indirect-call               [disabled]
       -mfp-ret-in-387                     [enabled]
       -mfpmath=                           sse
    -  -mfsgsbase                          [disabled]
    +  -mfsgsbase                          [enabled]
       -mfunction-return=                  keep
       -mfused-madd                        -ffp-contract=fast
       -mfxsr                              [enabled]
    @@ -120,7 +120,7 @@
       -mms-bitfields                      [disabled]
       -mmusl                              [disabled]
       -mmwait                             [enabled]
    -  -mmwaitx                            [disabled]
    +  -mmwaitx                            [enabled]
       -mneeded                            [disabled]
       -mno-align-stringops                [disabled]
       -mno-default                        [disabled]
    @@ -133,7 +133,7 @@
       -mpc32                              [disabled]
       -mpc64                              [disabled]
       -mpc80                              [disabled]
    -  -mpclmul                            [disabled]
    +  -mpclmul                            [enabled]
       -mpcommit                           [disabled]
       -mpconfig                           [disabled]
       -mpku                               [disabled]
    @@ -142,12 +142,12 @@
       -mprefer-vector-width=              none
       -mpreferred-stack-boundary=         0
       -mprefetchwt1                       [disabled]
    -  -mprfchw                            [disabled]
    +  -mprfchw                            [enabled]
       -mptwrite                           [disabled]
       -mpush-args                         [enabled]
       -mrdpid                             [disabled]
    -  -mrdrnd                             [disabled]
    -  -mrdseed                            [disabled]
    +  -mrdrnd                             [enabled]
    +  -mrdseed                            [enabled]
       -mrecip                             [disabled]
       -mrecip=                            
       -mrecord-mcount                     [disabled]
    @@ -160,7 +160,7 @@
       -msahf                              [enabled]
       -mserialize                         [disabled]
       -msgx                               [disabled]
    -  -msha                               [disabled]
    +  -msha                               [enabled]
       -mshstk                             [disabled]
       -mskip-rax-setup                    [disabled]
       -msoft-float                        [disabled]
    @@ -171,7 +171,7 @@
       -msse4                              [enabled]
       -msse4.1                            [enabled]
       -msse4.2                            [enabled]
    -  -msse4a                             [disabled]
    +  -msse4a                             [enabled]
       -msse5                              -mavx
       -msseregparm                        [disabled]
       -mssse3                             [enabled]
    @@ -203,9 +203,9 @@
       -mx32                               [disabled]
       -mxop                               [disabled]
       -mxsave                             [enabled]
    -  -mxsavec                            [disabled]
    -  -mxsaveopt                          [disabled]
    -  -mxsaves                            [disabled]
    +  -mxsavec                            [enabled]
    +  -mxsaveopt                          [enabled]
    +  -mxsaves                            [enabled]​

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  • berolinux
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    Originally posted by Jabberwocky View Post

    Distros with open or semi-open build systems are cool too

    How open is OpenMandriva?
    Anything we do is 100% open. Our build system is abf, available at https://abf.io/tour/sources
    The only not fully open thing we use is github (seemed to be a good idea at the time because everyone already has an account there anyway, less trouble to sign up to report a bug or send a fix), but we do have local copies of all of our repositories and are prepared to move to a self-hosted https://onedev.io/ instance if and when github messes up.

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  • berolinux
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    Originally posted by ms178 View Post
    A x86-64-v3 build incoming? Would be cool.
    Not this time (but we have a znver1 build, so at least AMD x86-64-v3 is covered). Switching from znver1 to x86-64-v3 and possibly adding x86-64-v4 is in the plans for a future release.

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  • Jabberwocky
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    Originally posted by ms178 View Post
    A x86-64-v3 build incoming? Would be cool.
    Distros with open or semi-open build systems are cool too

    How open is OpenMandriva?

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  • ms178
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    A x86-64-v3 build incoming? Would be cool.

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  • berolinux
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    Originally posted by xpris View Post
    Nice. There is even gnome and lxqt ISOs. Worth to check.
    And more to come... The reason why there hasn't been an official announcement yet is that some of the "surprises" are still building.

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