In another post I explained how to force a specific EDID on boot. It requires patching the initramfs to contain the EDID and then patching GRUB. On Fedora, this is slightly different. So I wanted to cover that here. Install Patched EDID Install the patched EDID (this example uses the pre-patched EDID attached here) and modify GRUB to use the new EDID. sudo mkdir -p /lib/firmware/edid cd /lib/firmware/edid sudo wget https://gist.
I would like to create a Swift Community Hosted Continuous Integration (CI) node for Ubuntu 20.04. You can see other community hosted CI notes at https://ci-external.swift.org/. Swift Community-Hosted CI is an extension of Swift CI that allows the community to add additional platforms. Community members can volunteer to host new platforms and they are responsible for maintaining the host nodes. To do this I plan to use my home server to host a build (or maybe two).