fedora-release-snappy-31-2.noarch.rpm


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Description

fedora-release-snappy - Base package for Fedora snap specific default configurations

Property Value
Distribution Fedora 31
Repository Fedora Updates x86_64
Package filename fedora-release-snappy-31-2.noarch.rpm
Package name fedora-release-snappy
Package version 31
Package release 2
Package architecture noarch
Package type rpm
Homepage https://fedoraproject.org/
License MIT
Maintainer -
Download size 12.00 KB
Installed size 1.45 KB
Provides a base package for Fedora snap specific configuration files to
depend on as well as Snappy system defaults.

Alternatives

Package Version Architecture Repository
fedora-release-snappy-31-1.noarch.rpm 31 noarch Fedora
fedora-release-snappy-31-1.noarch.rpm 31 noarch Fedora Updates Testing
fedora-release-snappy - - -

Requires

Name Value
fedora-release-common = 31-2

Provides

Name Value
base-module(platform:f31) -
fedora-release = 31-2
fedora-release-snappy = 31-2
fedora-release-variant = 31-2
system-release -
system-release(31) -

Conflicts

Name Value
system-release -

Download

Type URL
Mirror download-ib01.fedoraproject.org
Binary Package fedora-release-snappy-31-2.noarch.rpm
Source Package fedora-release-31-2.src.rpm

Install Howto

Install fedora-release-snappy rpm package:

# dnf install fedora-release-snappy

Files

Path
/usr/lib/os-release
/usr/lib/swidtag/fedoraproject.org/org.fedoraproject.Fedora-edition.swidtag

Changelog

2019-10-21 - Michael Nguyen <mnguyen@redhat.com> - 31-2
- Use CoreOS specific URLs and information in os-release
2019-10-10 - Mohan Boddu <mboddu@bhujji.com> 31-1
- Setup for F31 Final
2019-08-21 - Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh@redhat.com> - 31-0.11
- Fix typo in %release_name
- Resolves: rhbz#1744048
2019-08-13 - Tomas Hrcka <thrcka@redhat.com> - 31-0.10
- Branch f31 from rawhide
2019-08-10 - Tom Callaway <spot@fedoraproject.org> - 31-0.9
- update legal text (reflect current release, refer to Fedora OS instead of Fedora)
2019-07-13 - Colin Walters <walters@verbum.org> - 31-0.8
- Sync Silverblue with Workstation
In particular, it should have the same "ssh disabled by default" etc.
https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/t/strange-etc-os-release-contents-on-silverblue/2024/2
- Enable zram-swap on workstation installations
- Enable the session agent for snaps
2019-06-06 - Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh@redhat.com> - 31-0.7
- Work around upgrade bug
- Resolves: rhbz#1710543
2019-05-14 - Robert Fairley <rfairley@redhat.com> - 31-0.6
- Remove presets from 80-coreos.preset and add note referring to FCOS overlay RPM
2019-04-10 - Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh@redhat.com> - 31-0.5
- Add Provides for the base module for Fedora (BZ #1688462)
2019-04-08 - Michael Nguyen <mnguyen@redhat.com> - 31-0.4
- Add presets for CoreOS

See Also

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felix-gogo-runtime-javadoc-1.1.0-4.fc31.noarch.rpm Javadoc for felix-gogo-runtime
felix-scr-2.1.16-3.fc31.noarch.rpm Apache Felix Service Component Runtime (SCR)
felix-scr-javadoc-2.1.16-3.fc31.noarch.rpm Javadoc for felix-scr
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