Architecture Maintainer Team
- Tom "spot" Callaway (team lead) (Fedora Account: spot)
- Dennis Gilmore (Fedora Account: ausil)
- Patrick "Jima" Laughton (Fedora Account: jima)
- PeterJones (Fedora Account: pjones)
Interested in joining the SPARC team? Contact the team lead .
- IRC: #fedora-sparc on irc.freenode.net
- Mailing List: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Regular IRC Meeting: Fedora SPARC will have regular IRC meetings on TBD.
Fedora SPARC started out as the Aurora SPARC Linux Project , when Red Hat stopped support for SPARC with Red Hat Linux 6.2. Fedora SPARC is the continuation of the Aurora efforts, in an official capacity as part of the Fedora Project.
CPU and Architecture Target
The baseline SPARC CPU architecture that we have chosen to support is sparcv9 (32bit). Although Aurora (the predecessor to Fedora SPARC) supported sparcv7 as its baseline, poor upstream kernel support for sparc/ (as opposed to sparc64/) combined with significant optimization gain make sparcv9 a much more viable target. Unfortunately, this means that sparc32 systems (anything SUN4M or older) will not work with Fedora SPARC.
It is possible that we will release a sparcv7 baselined tree again at some point, either under the Aurora name or as a Fedora SPARC release.
Currently, there are no Fedora SPARC sandbox systems available.
The Sparc Koji instance can be found at http://sparc.koji.fedoraproject.org/koji
|daedalus||Sun Fire T1000, 32 1ghz thread Niagara 1 CPU, 2x73gb sas drives, 16gb ram.|
|korolev||Sun Fire T2000, 32 1ghz thread Niagara 1 CPU, 2x73gb sas drives, 8gb ram, 253gb T3 StorEdge shelf.|
|vala||Netra X1, 500mhz Ultrasparc IIi, 2x80gb ide drives, 2gb ram.|
If excluding sparc architectures you need to make the bug block F-ExcludeArch-SPARC
to see whats currently blocking visit Bugzilla
Fedora SPARC 9