Macbook Air Fedora Fixes
Add fix for interrupt gpe66 storm
39198429 — Matt Hicks 5 years ago
Automatic commit of package [mba-fixes] release [0.5-1].
f02d7aec — Matt Hicks 5 years ago
Removing mba6x_bl and adding wakeup fix

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mba-fixes-0.5-1
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git@git.sr.ht:~dctrud/mba-fixes

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mba-fixes

Fixes for running Fedora on a Macbook Air 6,2. These are basically helper RPM's for setting up my Fedora installation as described here - http://mattoncloud.org/2014/02/05/fedora-20-on-a-macbook-air/.

These packages are build using tito (https://github.com/dgoodwin/tito). You must install that first and need a valid RPM build environment as well.

To build, go into one of the src directories (e.g. mba-fixes) and run: tito build

I host the results as a yum repository on OpenShift and you can see the build.sh script as to how I automate that.

build.sh

For any updates, you need to commit the work, push it and 'tito tag' it before running the overall build. For example, you would do:

git commit -a -m "My changes"
tito tag
git push
git push --tags

Then you should be safe to run 'build.sh' to upload the results to OpenShift.

Enjoy!