On 08/07/2009 08:26 PM, Ben Boeckel wrote: > Andre Robatino wrote: > >> The names of the 32-bit Live CDs already use i686, consistent > with the >> minimum required arch. But the 32-bit DVD still uses i386, > despite the >> fact that not only has i586 been required for years, but with > the i586 >> package rebuild, there aren't even any i386 packages on the > DVD anymore. >> Now i686 is required and all packages are i686 (or noarch). > I'd like >> to file a bug to get this changed, in order to increase the > chance it >> actually happens by F12 Final. (The 32-bit F12 Alpha TC is > still named >> using i386.) Is this possible, and if so, under what > component should I >> file it? > > yum also uses i386 for $basearch which causes (well, it's > chicken-and-egg) repos to have i386 directories. These should > also go with this update I imagine. Is it possible to do one without the other? It would be nice if the names of the ISOs could be changed now to reduce user confusion over whether it can install on their machine. Having an i386 basearch is probably less visible to most people. Both changes should be made eventually but people may be too busy right now to do both.
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