The thing with the magazine is that posts cannot be updated later. They’re published and represent information at that point in time. They’re more for outreach/marketing—not so much for actual technical documentation.
I think an article on “Installing kernel from Koji” would fit really well here:
Here’s my draft for submission. I have condensed it into a brief article for all to review.
@ankursinha FYI. Looking forward to guidance on the next steps on getting this into the quick-doc
[draft] quick-doc 1 - installing kernels from Koji
Koji is the build system Fedora developers use to build software for inclusion into Fedora. If there is a need to install a kernel different from the one that gets installed by default, these can be obtained from Koji.
The koji package makes this process much easier.
Install the koji package
$ sudo dnf install koji
Download and install the kernel
Below is a one-liner that creates a new unique temporary directory, downloads RPMs to it and installs them. This assumes we are working with the x86_64 architecture.
cd $(mktemp -d) && koji download-build --arch=x86_64 --arch=noarch kernel-5.12.18-200.fc33 && sudo dnf install *
This eliminates the need to clean up after installation and the risk of installing unwanted rpms accidentally.
Followed the guidance (How to contribute). Forked the pagure.io repo ( in my account space - don’t know if you will be able to view it). Then cloned the fork. Made the changes locally. Built and previewed locally using podman. Committed the change locally.
But I can’t push the change up to the remote (i.e. remote of my fork). I cloned over https. Does it work only over ssh?
I’ll set up ssh keys later anyway for future contributions. Just wondering if I could push this change over https for now.
[jetstream@workspace quick-docs]$ git commit -m "Added quickdoc for installing kernel from Koji"
[master 17fbd57] Added quickdoc for installing kernel from Koji
2 files changed, 44 insertions(+)
create mode 100644 modules/ROOT/pages/kernel/installing-koji-kernel.adoc
[jetstream@workspace quick-docs]$ git push
fatal: unable to access 'https://pagure.io/forks/jetstream/fedora-docs/quick-docs.git/': The requested URL returned error: 403