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Workstation Graphical Upgrade From Fedora 23 to Fedora 24

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This post will guide how to upgrade from F23 to F24 with gnome.

First lets start with a machine with Fedora 23 fully updated.
Once you are done, you will be ready to start off.

**Make sure you are not going to use your production machine as this test might result in data loss.

Enabling COPR repo : dnf copr enable rhughes/f23-gnome320

Update your system : $ sudo dnf update

REBOOT your system before proceeding furthur!                              


Editing the fedora.json file

You can find the file at ~/.cache/gnome-software/3.20/upgrades/fedora.json .





Find f24 and change the status key pair value from "Under Development" to "Active"


{ "allow_retire": true, "branchname": "f24", "date_created": "2016-02-23 22:57:55", "date_updated": "2016-02-25 20:39:53", "dist_tag": ".fc24", "koji_name": "f24", "name": "Fe…

Blink over HTTP Arduino IoT with Fedora 22 POC

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Internet of Things, its a very new thing to us but when we think of it, we had access to internet for a long amount of time and we come across "things" in day to day life,they have been making our life easier each day.
Let's say for example a light bulb, it consumes energy and produces light which helps us everyday.Technology and improvements has stripped down the consumption of resource to bare minimum and optimizing the output , Now we have a era where the mobile industry and teleco industry booming and the speed of internet being unimaginable as ever before. Hence, the idea of making things smarter by connecting them to internet and analyzing  petabytes of historical and real-time data and automating their operation.This will result in a smarter way of living. IoT affects almost all the major areas of the industry viz Agriculture, Healthcare,Home Automation and many more.

This post is POC of how easy it is to smartly control light on an Arduino without ethe…

Getting started with OpenQA in Fedora

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OpenQA and getting started with it!
Life is too , hence comes the need to automate test cases.

Installation Steps [You must be in the root]
1.dnf copr enable adamwill/openQA  #Needs to be enabled
2.dnf install openqa openqa-httpd  openqa-worker


3.create filesystem layout
cd /var/lib/openqa
mkdir factory/hdd
cd /etc/httpd/conf.d
cp openqa.conf.template openqa.conf
cp openqa-ssl.conf.template openqa-ssl.conf

4. setup apache
gensslcert
cd /etc/apache2/vhosts.d/
a2enmod headers
a2enmod proxy
a2enmod proxy_http

a2enmod proxy_wstunnel
a2enmod ssl
a2enflag SSL

5.Configure OpenQA WebUI by editing `/etc/openqa/openqa.ini`:
cp openqa-ssl.conf.template openqa-ssl.conf
cp openqa.conf.template openqa.conf
[global]
branding=plain
download_domains = fedoraproject.org opensuse.org
[auth]
method = Fake
edit openqa-ssl.conf

6.Start the Services (consider also running `enable` if you want persistence:
vim openqa-ssl.conf
systemctl start httpd
systemctl start openqa…